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4-H Country Rebels

Meets in Bryantown.

Amateur Jousting Club of Maryland

A family sport &#; all are welcome to learn the Maryland State Sport.Open to riders and non-riders. Maryland Jousting runs from April to September with state Championship.

American Connemara Pony Society, Region III

Breed association with local chapter. Regional meetings, events and an annual show.

American Driving Society &#; Mid Atlantic Region

Mid Atlantic Recreational Drive held annually at Fair Hill. One of the largest gatherings of recreational carriage drivers in the country.

Bits &#;n Bridles 4-H Club

Washington County 4-H Club.

Bits &#;N&#; Bridles 4-H Club

4-H horse club for the Frederick area.

Blue Ridge Arabian Horse Association (BRAHA)

Affiliate of the Arabian Horse Association. Promotes the modern Arabian horse through multi-discipline shows, annual futurity, clinics and trail rides.

Blue Ridge Riding Club

Hosts horse shows and events in Boonsboro.

Burntwoods Pony Club

Youth mounted and unmounted horsemanship education serving Howard and Carroll Counties. Eventing, showjumping, dressage, games, tetrathalon and polocrosse competitions.

Carroll County Equestrian Council

Volunteer based organization that represents all breeds and disciplines. Providing equine recreation and education since Works with Carroll Co. Recreation &#; Parks. Meetings first Tues of month.

Carroll County Western Circuit

Horse show circuit at the Carroll County Equestrian Center. Over 38 years hosting shows with both English and Western classes. Family friendly.

Carrollton Hounds

Juniors through adults, jumping and non-jumping fields. Fox chasing Sept-March, Wed and Sun. Spring and fall hunter paces. Social gatherings and trail rides. Open hunt available to the public in the fall.

Centaurs 4-H

4-H horse club for youth 8 &#;

Central Maryland Jousting Club

Club devoted to Maryland&#;s State Sport.

Central Maryland Saddle Club

Trails in the central Maryland area, some in Pennsylvania and Virginia. Over night camping trips w/horses, organized trail rides most every weekend during the good weather months, picnic lunches after every ride.

Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Association

Our vision is to fill the need of a competitive, yet friendly show circuit for hunter/equitation riders on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware.

Chesapeake Plantation Walking Horse Club

Welcomes all breeds, all gaits and all riding levels. Monthly free trail rides, camping, clinics, parades, newsletter w/classifieds. Sponsor of the Chesapeake Gaited Getaway each October.

Chesapeake Pony Club

Delmarva Region club of the United States Pony Club

Chesapeake Trail Riding Club

Family-oriented not for profit riding club with fundraisers during the year to benefit equine charities.

Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association

Consists of owners, trainers, drivers, grooms and other interested parties involved in the Standardbred racing industry in Maryland.

Combined Eastern Shore Horse Show Association

Hosting series of English and Western shows on the Delmarva Peninsula for over 65 years. Affialiated with U.S. Equestrian and Maryland Horse Show Association.

Congressional Polo Club

Located in Poolesville on nearly acres in the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve. Facilities include three full size polo fields, one outdoor arena, one indoor arena and a full grandstand/clubhouse.

De La Brooke Foxhounds W

Wed and Sat meets. Fall trail ride, two hunter paces open to anyone. Six junior hunts/yr. Membership area &#; Charles, St. Mary&#;s and Calvert Co (Southern MD). Guests welcome, contact field secretary or Masters.

De La Brooke Pony Club

USPC affiliate club. Serves Charles and St. Mary&#;s Counties. Formed in Benefits are lessons and teamwork.

Delmarva Driving Club

Promotes an interest in and knowledge of horse-drawn vehicles and equines. Organizes drives and other activities. Founded in

Delmarva Paint Horse Club

Founded in to promote the American Paint Horse on the Eastern Shores of Maryland, Virginia and in Delaware.

Eastern Amateur Arabian Horse Association

Established in Offer amateur classes for Arabian/Half Arabian as well as All Breed classes. Family friendly club with low entry fees and year-end awards

Eastern Bay Pony Club

To provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence.

Eastern Region Andalusian Horse Club

To educate members and general public on the Iberian Horses (Andalusisan, Lusitano, Portuguese, Spanish Portugese X) standards, history and beautiful traditions. Formed in

Eastern Shore Jousting Association, Inc.

Established Appox members. Hold about 14 jousting tournaments all over the Eastern Shore and hold educational clinics. All ages from leadline on up. Meet second Wednesday of every month.

Eastern Shore Western Horse Show Association

Organized in Provide opportunity for anyone to be able to show horses in a competitive and friendly atmosphere. Family based organization. Everyone is welcome. Shows held at Caroline Co. 4-H Park.

Eastern Welsh Circuit

Established in To promote Welsh shows and to provide an incentive for competing in Welsh breeding and performance divisions. Year-end high score awards in various Welsh divisions.

Elkridge Harford Hunt Pony Club

Formed in Located in Northern/Central Maryland. Meetings, rallies, games and shows. Learning horsemanship and horse mastership.

Elkridge-Harford Hunt

Hunt club originally founded in , believed to be a descendant of the Baltimore Fox Hunting Club. Cross-bred hounds.

Equine Mane-iacs 4-H Club

Washington County horse 4-H club.

Frederick County Equine Alliance

Nonprofit, volunteer-run. Promote equestrian activities and businesses. Preserves open spaces in Frederick Co. Provides voice that represents equestrian interests in zoning, laws pertaining to horses.

Free State Appaloosa Horse Club

Promotes the Appaloosa breed and supports its owners and trainers.

Free State Riding Club

All Riders are WELCOME!!! Series of schooling shows at showgrounds in Bowie designed to help the green horse and novice rider accomplish their goals. Third Sat from April-October. Year-end awards.Maryland-Delaware Barrel Horse Association

Frida Icelandic Riding Club

A group of Icelandic horse owners from across the Mid-Atlantic catering to the diverse interests and riding backgrounds of our membership, breed promotion, etc.

Garrett Hoof Prints 4-H Club

Garrett Co. equine 4-H club.

Goshen Hounds

Founded in as a foxchasing club in the central Montgomery County. Hounds go out twice weekly from September until the end of March. Visitors are welcome to cap and should contact the Masters.

Great Falls Vaulting Club

Offers lessons in vaulting and horsemanship. Vaulters of all ages and abilities. Team practices at Rickman Farm in Boyds.

Green Spring Pony Club

Youth under 21 member of United States Pony Clubs. Offering lessons, clinics, educational programs and competitions. Club formed in and is open to the Glyndon/Green Spring Valley Hunt area.

Green Spring Valley Hounds

Territory consists of about 35 miles square in Baltimore County and all of Carroll County. Open and rolling country with great deal of grass. Some areas rough and heavily wooded. Post-rail, coops and board fences.

Harford Horse Shows Association

Family-oriented, local level hunter horse show organization. Sanctioned horse and pony shows for all rider ages in Harford and Baltimore counties as well as southern Pennsylvania.

Hearts for Horses 4-H Club

4-H club in Carroll County.

Hoofbeat 4-H Saddle Club

Meetings are held at the Carroll County Ag Center in Westminster.

Horse Force 4-H Club

Carroll County horse oriented 4-H club.

Horse-N-Around 4-H Club

Montgomery County 4-H Youth Club for kids who love horses. Emphasis on knowledge and care of horses. Active in community service projects. Fun and chance for competition with or without horses.

Horsemasters 4-H

Charles County horse oriented 4-H club.

Howard County Horse Shows Association

Formed with the goal of having safe and enjoyable quality horse shows at convenient locations in Howard county.

Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds

The Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds is a foxchasing club that has its origins in the &#;s.

Intercollegiate Horse Show Association, Zone 4, Reg. 1

Founded on the principle that any college student should be able to participate in horse shows regardless of his/her riding ability or financial status. Collegiate riders compete individually and as teams.

International Side Saddle Organization

Offers publications, clinics, year-end awards (including novice and youth), online forum, quarterly magazine and information on show regulations. Library has the largest sidesaddle holdings in the world.

Interscholastic Equestrian Association, Zone 3

National organization offfering hunt seat equitation, western and saddleseat. Open to young riders on teams from schools or barns.

Iron Bridge Hounds Pony Club

USPC Club with members from Montgomery and Howard counties, ages Participate in quizzes, mounted games, dressage, combined training, show jumping and lessons.

League of Maryland Horsemen

Founded in Horse enthusiast social club, organized for and devoted to recreation and the social benefit of its members. Working toward the creation and improvement of bridle paths throughout Maryland.

Linthicum 4-H Hi Riders

Youth group for children and young adults ages Clover group for younger children also available.

Long Green Pony Club

Maryland Region of USPC. Most activities take place in the Long Green and Monkton areas of Baltimore Co. Participate in rallies and other competitions throughout the Maryland Region and nationally.

Marlborough Hunt

Foxhunting club established in Registered Recognized Meet on Wed, Sun and occasional bi-days. Visitors should call secretary. The country has rolling hills, open fields and wooded areas.

Maryland Arabian Horse Association

Dedicated to promoting the Arabian Horse at the grassroots level. Offers trail rides, clinics, special events, etc.

Maryland Association for Wildlife Conservation

Formed in to promote and protect all hunters&#; rights in general, and those who purse game with hounds or dogs in particular.

Maryland Association of Equine Practitioners

Association for the communication and continuing education of equine practitioners in Maryland.

Maryland Combined Training Association

One of the oldest local combined training associations in the U.S. Benefits include year-end awards, scholarships, reduced entry fees for MCTA sponsored events and advertising for clinics/events.

Maryland Draft Horse &#; Mule Association

Promote sportsmanship and exchange knowledge. Encourage breeding and promote the draft horse and mule industries through sponsoring events such as conformation shows, pulls and clinics.

Maryland Dressage Association

Encourage, promote, educate and participate in the art of classical dressage on a local, state and national level. Promote good sportsmanship among members, friends and other associations.

Maryland Farm Bureau

To promote and protect Maryland agriculture and rural life, and act as an advocate of safe, environmentally responsible and economically sound food and fiber production.

Maryland Future Farmers of America

Youth leadership organization of almost 3, student members comprising of 47 FFA chapters. Developing potential for leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Maryland High School Rodeo

Promoting the sport of Rodeo, sportmanship and education while preserving our Western Heritage.

Maryland Horse Breeders Association

Formed in to encourage, promote, protect and improve the horse breeding industry in Maryland. While emphasis traditionally has been on production of TB racehorses, MHBA encourages all equine sports.

Maryland Horse Council

Since , MHC has represented Maryland&#;s diverse equestrian community as the horse industry&#;s trade association. Protect and promote the equine industry to Maryland government and general public.

Maryland Horse Shows Association

Founded in Affiliate member of USHJA. One of the oldest continuous horse show associations in the U.S. To foster horsemanship and competitive riding while promoting the welfare of horses and ponies.

Maryland Jousting Tournament Association

Promotes the sport of jousting as a family sport where members of all ages may compete. Makes efforts to keep alive the quaint, colorful, ancient traditions of the Age of Chivalry associated with the sport.

Maryland Light Dragoons

A living history group portraying the War of cavalry of Maryland militia. Representing Captain Frederick Wilson&#;s troop (Kent Co.) that played key role in defeat of British forces at the Battle of Caulk&#;s Field.

Maryland Open Horse Show Series

A series of schooling shows designed to help both horses and riders. Fundraiser for various charities chosen by the MOHSS Junior Board with a portion of proceeds made from each show donated.

Maryland Polo Club

Games and information on learning how to play polo.

Maryland Pony Breeders

Formed in , MPB is the oldest known pony breeding organization in the U.S. E-newsletters, annual directory, high score awards, website advertising, Facebook. Holds one 2-day show each year.

Maryland Pony of the Americas Club

Devoted to the development of youth riders. Offering shows with various class types, including open classes which allow non-member participation. Members qualify for year-end awards.

Maryland Racing Media Association

Founded in to disseminate information about horse racing in all media forms. Offers scholarships for backstretch employees, Thoroughbred farm workers or equine vet clinic employees.

Maryland Standardbred Breeders Association

Organization for the promotion of Standardbred breeding, ownership and racing.

Maryland State Quarter Horse Association

Established in to promote and improve the American Quarter Horse breed and stimulate the sale, breeding, exhibition, general use and enjoyment of the Quarter Horse.

Maryland Steeplechase Association

Preservation and promotion of steeplechase racing in Maryland through the organization of the annual Governor&#;s Cup Series, the Jonathan Kiser Memorial Endowment Fund/Scholarship and other programs.

Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen&#;s Association

Officially authorized organization that represents, assists and promotes the interests of Maryland&#;s Thoroughbred owners and trainers.

Maryland Western Horse Association

MWHA is an all-breed horse association offering English, western, ranch and speed classes with divisions for riders of all levels. Beginners and new members are always welcome, though you don&#;t have to be a member to compete. Shows held at the Howard County Fairgrounds.

Maryland-Delaware Barrel Horse Association

Member of the National Barrel Horse Association. competitions a year throughout Maryland and Delaware.

Mason Dixon Paso Fino Horse Association

Offering parades, clinics, drill teams, shows and trail rides. Classes for all ages at local and national shows celebrating the Paso Fino.

Mason-Dixon Deputies

Promoting the sport of Cowboy Mounted Shooting, safe shooting and good horsemanship. Founded in

Mason-Dixon Miniature Horse Association

Serves both youths and adults in all aspects of Miniature Horse ownership. Provides fun, safe and educational atmosphere, focusing on conformation, showmanship, halter, trail, jumping and driving.

Mid-Atlantic Lipizzan Association

To promote the Lipizzan breed on a regional level, to educate the public about this noble breed and to encourage Lipizzan owners to participate in equestrian events.

Mount Airy Saddle Pals

All breed organization hosting trail rides.

Mount Carmel Hounds

Foxhunting club

Mountain Top Saddle Club, Inc.

Holds competitions at the Garrett County Fairgrounds in McHenry. Open pleasure shows. Everyone welcome. All breeds.

Mounted Games Across America, Inc.

Non-profit, all volunteer organization devoted to playing, promoting, and teaching the discipline of mounted games. Open to all ages, offers family memberships.

Mounted Wanderers 4-H Horse &#; Pony Club &#; Open Horse Show Circuit

30 years of hosting English and Western open show circuit at Oak Ridge Park in Hughesville.

My Lady&#;s Manor Driving Club

Formed in , the club takes its name from a historic tract of land in Maryland. Purpose is to promote owning, training, driving and exhibiting equines. Offers clinics, shows and fun drives.

National Capitol Adult Equestrian League

Provides an opportunity for adult riders to be part of a team, promote the art of equitation, foster competition and camaraderie, as well as encourage social functions centered around equestrian activities.

National Capitol Equitation League

League equitation competition. Teams from area barns and schools participate round robin meets patterned after the IHSA. Points earned by each rider are cumulative throughout the year for the team.

National Capitol Short Stirrup Equestrian League

Provides an opportunity for junior riders to be part of a team, promote the art of equitation, foster competition and camaraderie, as well as encourage social functions centered around equestrian activities.

New Market-Middletown Valley Hounds

Fox chasing, great tail gates, parties, terrier races, hound shows and more.

Old People&#;s Riding Club Equitarians Chapter

Founded in for over 21 equestrians based on the high standards of USPC and have safe, enjoyable riding activities, meet other riders and encourage knowledge of horses. Do not have to own a horse to join.

Old People&#;s Riding Club Formidable Founders Chapter

Open to anyone 21 years and up. Very supportive to both beginner riders and young horses. Social events both on and off the horse. Members from Anne Arundel, Calvert, PG and Charles counties.

Old People&#;s Riding Club Freedom Chapter

Based in Hollywood and catering to the rider over 21 years. Provides a combination of learning events, trail rides and trying new things just for the fun of it. English and Western riders are welcome.

Pasadena Horse &#; Pony Association

Established in to promote interest in horses, horsemanship and horseback riding as a recreational activity. A (c)4 organization. Clinics, trail rides, contests, horse shows, camps and speakers at meetings.

Pony Express 4-H Club

Horse oriented 4-H club for Queen Anne&#;s County.

Potomac Bridle and Hiking Trails Association

Non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and maintenance of natural surface trails for the enjoyment of hikers and equestrians in the Potomac vicinity.

Potomac Hunt

Foxchasing club in Montgomery County with roots tracing back to

Potomac Pony Club

Program for youth teaching riding, mounted sports and care of horses/ponies. Developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence. Offers riding lessons, meetings and follows USPC curriculum.

Potomac Valley Dressage Association

Promoting education in the art and sport of Dressage since Offers several regional chapters throughout the state.

Red Ribbon 4-H Horse Club

Washington County 4-H Club.

Redland Hunt Pony Club

Founded in For youths teaching riding, mounted sports, horse management, and equestrian knowledge. Most activities occur in and around Sandy Spring and Olney in Montgomery county.

Saddle Gals &#; Guys Equestrian Drill

Club performs synchronized drills to music at fairs, shows, horse event, and parades.

Saddles &#; Spurs 4-H

Washington County 4-H Club.

Seneca Polo Club

Located just over 30 miles outside of Washington, D.C. Offer an outdoor arena program for beginners through professional polo players.

Seneca Valley Pony Club

Local affiliate of the USPC. Teaches riding, horse knowledge, and horse management to young riders. Sponsors two U.S. Eventing Association recognized horse trials a year.

Shenandoah Valley Pony Club

Capital Region member pony club.

Silver Spurs 4-H Club

Garrett Co. equine 4-H club.

Southern Maryland Quarter Horse Association

The Southern Maryland Quarter Horse Association is a (c)(5) non-profit organization founded in and works to promote the American Quarter Horse in the State of Maryland

Southern Maryland Trail Riders

Family oriented non-competitive trail riding and camping with horses.

Spur &#; Stirrup 4-H Club

Howard County 4-H horse club.

St. Augustine Pony Club

USPC member club. Holds horse trials in Chesapeake City. Learn all about horses, make new friends and have fun!

St. Margaret&#;s Pony Club

Maryland Region Pony Club.

Sugarloaf Mountain Polocrosse Club

Maryland Polocrosse club for all ages. Practices held at Potomac Pony Club Field in Boyds.

Tailwinds Trotters 4-H Club

Cecil County &#; 4-H horse club.

The Truth Equestrian Group

Family oriented equestrian group located in the Maryland/DC Metro area. It is with honor and pride that we tell the history of Black Cowboys/Cowgirls. __We have over 40 years of horsemanship experience.

Tidewater Pony Club

Delmarva Region Pony Club member.

Trail Riders of Today (TROT)

Founded in All-volunteer grassroots membership organization providing voice for the preservation and creation of sustainable trails for equestrian use. Hosts organized rides and educational activities.

Tuckahoe Equestrian Center

A non-profit C-3 organization, TEC provides a facility for equestrian events and seeks to promote education and enjoyment by family and youth of all equestrians. Also offers Buckaroo Club for youth.

Tuckahoe Pony Club

Delmarva Region USPC, the premier equestrian youth organization in the U.S. Excellent, safe and affordable riding instruction, fun days, clinics and competitions. Based in Kent and Queen Anne&#;s counties

US Hunter Jumper Association &#; Zone 3

The official hunter/jumper affiliate of the U.S. Equestrian Federation. Competition-based sport organization that serves members through educational programs, awards and recognition, communication and rules.

Wakefield Valley Pony Club

To develop and encourage a knowledge of horsemanship including horse care and fair and friendly competition. Offering youth rallies, monthly meetings, access to group lessons for members only.

Waredaca Pony Club

USPC recognized Pony Club Riding Center. Members do not have to own a horse to participate. Horses provided by Waredaca for rallies and lessons. Club is part of the Maryland Region.

Western Maryland Jousting Club

Membership and voting rights with the association.

Wicomico Equestrian Club, Ltd

A non-profit club that leases and manages the Wicomico Equestrian Center.

Wicomico Hunt Club

&#;Riding to hounds&#; on horseback on the DelMarVa peninsula since the s, when it was organized by a group of Salisbury men. Formally recognized by the Masters of Foxhounds Association of America in

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Melissa "Missy" Lynn Dunkleman Hill

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Melissa "Missy" Lynn Dunkleman Hill

Salisbury - Melissa "Missy" Lynn Dunkleman Hill, 53, of Salisbury passed away at her home surrounded by her family. She had suffered a stroke in and survived cancer in Last year she was diagnosed with a brain tumor to which she succumbed on Tuesday, December 31,

Missy was born July 13, in Virginia at Portsmouth Naval Hospital to Dennis and Gayle Dunkleman. Her father was a career Naval Officer requiring the family to be stationed at several different bases until his retirement. They then settled in Salisbury, her mother's hometown where she graduated from Wicomico Senior High School in Missy started riding horses when she was 10 years old, by 14 she began eventing and loved cross-country. Later she started competing on the hunter circuit closer to home, showing mostly with the Combined Eastern Shore Horse Shows for several years. In , she married David Hill and they trained and raced Standardbreds, where she received great satisfaction seeing a horse improve and do well.

In addition to her husband, and parents, Missy leaves behind to cherish her memory, her greatest joy, her son, Ryan and his wife Maia; mother-in-law, Mary Ellen Hill; sister, Denise Aliff, several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

The family plans a private service.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in memory of Missy to help offset funeral expenses; www.gofundme.com/f/funeral-expenses-for-melissa-hill

Visit www.boundsfuneralhome.com to send letters of condolence.

Posted online on January 02,

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Eastern Shore Threshermen Federalsburg MD Steam Show 2021, Fairbanks tractor

The Outdoor ring will start at am on Saturday and Sunday.

The Sand Ring will run on Saturday only, starting at 10am.

Pleasure Pony and Low Pony Hunter have been moved to the outdoor ring on Saturday and Sunday.

Entries received by Tuesday, June 2nd with receive a $10 discount on the registration fee. Entries can be submitted up to and including the day of the show, but we prefer riders are pre-entered for show planning purposes. Online entries are preferred but you may also enter by emailing your completed entry form to [email protected]

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1/21/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings are held at the Harrington Fire Department conference room located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link01/27/ -
01/27/Ranch Riding Meet and Greet with Terry Helder and Chad Mosier
Think you may be interested in Ranch Riding? Join us on January 27, (1PM to 3PM) with ALL of your questions, to meet the founders of the East Coast Ranch Riding Association, Terry Helder and Chad Mosier. This is a casual question and answer session so bring your ranch riding questions no matter what they are!!!! Whether you have already shown in the latest up and coming discipline or think you may want to give it a try, here's how you can find out!!!! Leave the horses at home this time as we will have a clinic date to share at the meeting. And remember this is open to everyone, whether you've already shown or are thinking about it. Please RSVP to the event so we have a head count! Can RSVP on FB (Elena Fierro Wise) or by email. Location: Harvey Straughn Road, Townsend, DE Elena Wise & Elrita Annett
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2/18/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings are held at the Harrington Fire Department conference room located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link3/6/TEC Play Day Series
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center play day. Classes include barrels, pole bending, keyhole and many more. Registration at am, show starts at am Go to website for more detailed information.Web Link3/9/ -
3/10/Foxhound Performance Trials
Foxhound performance trials with hounds from six hunts, Starkey Farm, Galena, MD Melissa Wade
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03/16/Kent County 4-H Horse Judging Clinic
Youth Horse Judging clinic for any 4-H members and FFA teams. Held at Adandy Farm in Greenwood DE from pm. Judging will be a class of 4 Arabians. Coaching, training, and practice on Judging and Oral reasons! See the event link for more details or contact Joan Siler.Joan Siler
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Web Link3/16/19Peninsula Arabian Horse Association Meeting (PAHA)
PAHA meeting at Mom's Place at Adandy Farm, Route 16, Greenwood, DE Meeting starts at 6PM New members are welcome. Lots of activities on the Horizon. Renee Anderson
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3/16/19C-Line Stables Schooling Show
Schooling show at an established farm with a large, dry indoor arena. Convenient parking for trailers. Show starts at 9AM.Carlotta Cline
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3/17/192nd Annual Saint Patrick's Ride
Saint Patricks Ride at Grove Point Stables in Earleville, MD. Starts at AM. Two to three hour ride. Wear Green! Best costume wins. $25 per rider, bring a tailgate lunch. Beautiful countryside! Grove Point Stables
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3/17/19TEC Saint Patrick's Day Ride AT Lums Pond State Park
Be ready to ride at Sponsored by Tuckahoe Equestrian Center. For more details, go to www.tuckahoeequestriancenter.comWeb Link3/18/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link3/18/19GPS Derby Cross #1
Starts at am at Grove Point Stables in Earleville, MDWeb Link3/29/19Compassionate Hearts Quarter Auction
Quarter Auction to benefit Compassionate Hearts (equine assisted Psychotherapy). Funds are specifically ear marked to provide no cost therapy for veterans.The program has had good results with veterans with PTSD. Come out and support this worthy cause. Held at Lincoln Community Center, Washington Street, Lincoln, DERosemary Baughman
Web Link3/30/19TEC Poker Ride
TEC Poker Ride at Tuckahoe Equestrian Center. Registration at First rider out at am, last rider out at am. go to www.tuckahoeequestriancenter.com for more detailsWeb Link03/31/Work Day at St. Augustine Pony Club--Free Lunch!
St. Augustine Pony Club is having a Work Day 10am-3pm at their grounds facility at Old Telegraph Rd, Warwick, MD. Free lunch! We need to whack some brush, paint and stain and fix some jumps, pick up old broken stuff and rejuvenate the grounds for the April 27 Derby - this is a treasured piece of ground, hasn't had a facelift in probably 25 years - it's had equestrian competition for over 50 years. Now we are helping the Pony Club return it to glory - and it's all for the kids and greenies this time. Brian's Jumps will be donating labor for two possibly three new XC jumps! They will need staining so come on up and help, bring a chain saw and tools - email Lauren Poteet Club DC for more info. [email protected] This is also a good time to find out more about Pony Club and become a new member! We would love to have you!Deborah Gulick
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04/07/Advancing Horsemanship Parelli
This is a 3 day Parelli clinc taught by 5 Star TIna Giordano . venue is indoor arena Heartland Equestrian Robbins rd. FRederica Delaware . Start time each day at 9 am . till 5 lunch on site to buy. Plenty of seats to watch . Still have rider spots contact jane for more infomation. oakl
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Web Link04/06/Ranch Riding Clinic
Ranch riding clinic with Terry Helder the founder of the east coast ranch riding association. Location : Rowan Farm Choptank Rd, Middletown, De Sessions are , , $85 per session.Elena Fierro Wise
4/6/TEC PLay Day Series
TEC Play Day Series, classes include: barrels, pole bending, keyhole, etc. reg: 9am, show begins @ 10am.Web Link4/6/CBHSA show at C-Line Stables
Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Association show at C-Line Stables, For more information, email Carlotta Cline.Carlotta Cline
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4/6/DEC Foundation Scholarship Dinner
Each year, the Foundation, supported by the Delaware Equine Council, awards scholarships to a few high-achieving students, pursuing their education in fields that will enhance the equine or agricultural industry. These scholarships are awarded at our annual dinner. This year's dinner will be at the Harrington Moose Lodge, South DuPont Highway, Harrington, DE, at pm.Stan Vonasek
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04/07/Quarter Auction
Harrington Moose Lodge, S. Dupont Highway, Harrington, DE, , Doors open at 1 p.m., Bidding starts at p.m., Food, Drinks, Vendors, and Fun! Vendors include: Downtown Treasures, Foozy Socks, The Jewelry Lady, The Porch, Color Street, Scentsy, Damsel in Defense, Pampered Chef, 31, Initials Inc, Pretty Pups Bandanas, Mary KayHorse Lovers United, Inc
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4/9/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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4/14/TEC Spring Fling
Camping and trail riding all weekend. For more details, go to website.Web Link4/13/19Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows
START MARKING YOUR CALENDARS!!!! Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows, Phillips Landing Road, Laurel, DE Start at 5PM Kelly Dukes
4/15/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web LinkApril 19, Friends 4 Horses Open Horse Show
Open Horse Show with some classes just for 4-H members. Proceeds to go to 4-H programs. Class list is posted at www.annettfarms.com under Friends 4-Horses tab. Show starts at Elrita Annett
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9am-3pm, $20 hike or ride, eggs at riders' height.Web Link04/20/ -
04/20/Saddling Lecture/Demo
Spring Equine Festival Denton 4-H Park, Denton MD Saddling with Horse Friendly Features, Talk about why horses move better when ridden in saddles that do not interfere. Demo of Saddling, Test Ride in two saddles with very different features to show the effect on the movement of the horse. Riding by Design will also have a booth with information and various BALANCE saddles available for sitting. Bring in a saddle for a free horse friendly feature evaluation!Mary Bashtarz
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CHH is hosting a SPRING EQUINE FESTIVAL where proceeds will benefit the Courageous Hearts Horsemanship non-profit therapeutic riding and horsemanship program! Event is held in Denton, MD, at 4H Park, - Live Jousting Demos too!Web Link4/26/19USHJA Hunter Breeding Clinic
USHJA Unter Breeding Clinic at Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, VA with clinician "R" hunter breeding Judge Oliver Brown. Topic: Handling skills for Hunter Breeding and Pony Model Classes. $60 per participant (limited to 60 participants) or $20 to audit.Melanie Mader [email protected]
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04/27/St. Augustine Pony Club Derby Cross
We will be offering all levels for all riders and are pleased to offer a greenhorn level for those riders or horses just beginning their equestrian careers. Held at St. Augustine Pony Club Grounds Old Telegraph Rd Warwick, MD Visit www.StAugustinePonyClub.com for more info and to enter Web Link4/27/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family friendly, relaxed, casual open show series for all ages, breeds and disciplines. Class list on website. Starts at usually ends around 4PM.Elrita Annett
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4/28/CESHS - Autumn Grove Stables Horse and Pony Show
Combined Eastern Shore Horse Show member show at Autumn Grove Stables, Sinepusent Road, Berlin, MD Kristie Naughton

5/4/19Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows
START MARKING YOUR CALENDARS!!!! Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows, Phillips Landing Road, Laurel, DE Start at 5PM Kelly Dukes
5/4/Open Barn Event at Courageous Hearts Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Open Barn Event to support Courageous Hearts Equine Assisted Psychotherapy & Learning Center - come and see what it is all about! Activities include face painting, pony petting, games with horses, silent auction, 50/50 and more. Location: September Way, Lincoln, DE An organization providing help and support to veterans and at risk youth.
Web Link5/4/Fun Mule and Horse Game Show - First State Coon Hunter's Club
Game show at Wicked R Ranch, Camden-Wyoming, DE Game show will be followed by "Old Timers" Bull Riding Rodeo. Anna Nordberg or Delbert Mills
5/5/41st Annual Point to Point Steeplechase at Winterthur
Point to Point Steeplechase at Winterthur with elite horse racing, carriage parade, tailgating, kids activities, etc. The carriage parade is spectacular! Web Link5/11/ECRRA Show (East Coast Ranch Riding Association)
Ranch horse show with a full day of ranch riding classes at The Friendly Horsemans Club, Kline Road, Stevens, PATerry Helder
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05/11/Delmarva Driving Club's 12th Annual Spring Driving Show
The Pleasure Driving Show will be held on Saturday, May 11th at the Caroline Co. 4-H Park. The Show will begin at 9 am and feature divisions for VSE (mini), Pony, Horse, Multiples, and Novice. Some additional classes will include Command Class, Ride and Drive, Cones Course, Gamblers Choice, and a Cross Country Course. Classes are $12 (Early Bird fee is $10). Stabling and limited camping is available onsite. If you have any questions, please contact the Show Manager Pam Gray at Volunteers are always needed and spectators are welcome! Plenty of parking is available! Link to Prize List: https://lookaside.fbsbx.com/file/%20Prize%20List.pdf…
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5/11/TEC Play Day Series
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center Play day series with classes for barrels, pole bending, keyhole,etc. Registration begins at am and show begins at am Come for a fun day! More details on website.Web Link5/11/CBHSA at Campbells Lane Farm
Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Assocation show at Campbells Lane Farm in Preston, MD[email protected]
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5/13/DAHA/DQHA Spring Roll Back Show Combined
Don't miss this one! Spring Roll Back Show Combined - Four judges - show to be held at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, DE[email protected]
Web Link5/14/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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5/18/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family friendly, relaxed, open horse show series with classes for all ages, all breeds, beginner to advanced. English, Western, Ranch Riding, Over Fences For full class list and list of show dates, go to website, look for Karen's Shows tab on left.Elrita Annett
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5/19/CESHS - The Salisbury Horse Show
Combined Eastern Shore Horse Show to be held at Wicomico Equestrian Center, Salisbury, MD (stalls available by reservation)Myra Spencer
5/19/Holly Glen Farm DQHA/DQHYA (ESWHSA) Horse Show
All Western Horse show at Caroline County 4-H Park, Detour Road, Denton, MD Part of the Eastern Shore Western Horse Show Association circuit. Miriam or Richard Shepart
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5/19/Derby at the Vineyard
Starts at 10 am at the Broken Spoke Vineyard and Winery[email protected]
5/20/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link5/25/Mid Atlantic Joust
Live jousting demonstrations -Starts at 1 PM at Tuckahoe Equestrian Center.5/27/TMF Paper Chase
Paper chase starts at 8am and runs to 2pm at Tranquility Manor Farm in Monkton, MD Web Link06/01/19Peninsula Arabian Club Spring Fling Open Show
Gamblers Choice Equestrian Center, Dover, DE. May 18th. Show will begin promptly at AM An open horse show for all breeds, ages, disciplines, and riding levels. This is a great show to tune your horses up, compete for the first time, or if you just want a fun family friendly environment to show. This will be the first in a show series for and will culminate with end of series awards! Future show dates will be announced later! The show series offers something for everyoneEnglish, Western, Saddleseat, showmanship, halter, leadline, walk/trot, sport horse, over fences, trail, ranch riding, pleasure, hunter, equitation, and more! Class/Prize List and Entry information will be finalized ASAP. Contact Renée for details and watch for the event page on facebook!Renée Anderson
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6/1/Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows
START MARKING YOUR CALENDARS!!!! Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows, Phillips Landing Road, Laurel, DE Start at 5PM Kelly Dukes
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06/01/Obstacle Course Challenge
Mark your calendars! Join us at Changing Fates Equine Rescue for our Annual Obstacle Course Challenge. We will be hosting this event at our farm this year, Old Cabin Road, Laurel, DE We will have in-hand, Junior and Extreme courses. Registration starts at Robin Weinkam
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Web Link6/1/TEC Hope House Ride
Hope House Ride in Easton, MD put on by Tuckahoe Equestrian Center. TEC members are free. Membership forms available for same day signup - $30 per year Joyce Bell
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6/1/CBSHA show at Campbells Lane Farm
Chesespeake Bay Horse Show Association show at Campbells Lane Farm in Preston, MD[email protected]
Web Link6/8/Sussex and Kent County 4-H Horse Judging Prequalification
County prequalification for the State 4-H Horse Judging at the State Fair. Prequalification to start at Bring a clipboard and pencil. Prequalification to be held at Annett Farms, Shawnee Road, Greenwood, DE Elrita Annett
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Web Link6/8/ECRRA Horse Show (East Coast Ranch Riding Association)
Ranch riding show with full slate of classes to be held at Twin Brooks Horse Show, Linglestown Road, Harrisburg, PA Show starts at am. Terry Helder
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6/9/CESHS - Autumn Grove Stables Horse and Pony Show - Summer I
Combined Eastern Shore Horse Show member show at Autumn Grove Stables, Sinepusent Road, Berline, MDKristie Naughton
Web Link6/9/Kent County and Westville 4-H Horse Show (ESWHSA)
All Western horse show at Delaware State Fairgrounds, South DuPont Highway, Harrington, DE Part of the Eastern Shore Western Horse Show Association show circuit.Kay Betts
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6/11/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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6/13/CESHS - WEC Anniversary Horse Show I and II
Combined Eastern Shore Horse Shows at Wicomico Equestrian Center, Salisbury, MD Two day show - stalls available for reservationStanley Morris
Web Link6/15/TEC Play Day Series
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center play day. Classes include barrels, pole bending, keyhole and many more. Registration at am, show starts at am Go to website for more detailed information.Web Link6/15/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family friendly, relaxed, casual open show series for all ages, breeds and disciplines. Class list on website. Starts at usually ends around 4PM.Elrita Annett
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Web Link6/16/DAHA/DAYA Horse Show (ESWHSA)
Delaware Appaloosa Horse Assocation all western horse show. to be held at Caroline County 4H Park, Detour Road, Denton, MD Horse show part of the Eastern Shore Western Horse Show Association circuit.Tammy Shorts
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6/22/TEC Jackpot Barrel Series
Jackpot barrel series starting at 10 am and running until 1pm. 4D barrels and Poles. For details go to website.Web Link6/22/CBHSA show at C-Line Stables
Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Association show at C-Line Stables, For more information, email Carlotta Cline.Carlotta Cline
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08/10/Ocean Pines Farmers Market Breyer Model Fun Show
Never shown your model horses before? Come out and give it a try! Judged by the same basic standards as real horses, your models can win ribbons. Fun Breyer Model Horse Show Series Saturdays June 22nd, July 13th & August 10th Held at the Ocean Pines Farmers Market White Horse Park, Ocean Pines, MD Registration begins at 9am, show runs approx am $ Entry Fee Per PersonIngrid
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Web Link6/23/MCTA Starter Horse Trials
Starter Horse Trials starting at 7 am at Tranquility Manor Farms in Monkton, MDWeb Link06/29/ -
06/29/Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding presents: Bob Lougheed and the Memphis Mafia
Come out to support SDTR*, while enjoying a great night of entertainment! Join us for a night of dining and dancing to the sounds of award winning Elvis Tribute Artist. Bob Lougheed and the Memphis Mafia! Saturday June 29th (door open at ) Tickets are just $35* for the show, dinner & dessert (cash bar is available) Plus chances to win great prizes at a Silent Auction, 50/50 Raffle and Karaoke Contest! Tickets are available by calling *The SDTR mission is to provide equine-assisted therapy promoting the physical, emotional and educational growth of children and adults with disabilities in our community.Swingle
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Web Link7/6/TEC Jackpot Barrel Series
Jackpot barrel series starting at 10 am and running until 1pm. 4D barrels and Poles. For details go to website.Web Link7/9/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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7/13/ECRRA Horse Show (East Coast Ranch Riding Association)
Ranch riding horse show with a full slate of classes to be held at Our Gang Riding Club, Gun Club Road, York, PA Show starts at amTerry Helder
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Web Link7/13/Talbot County Fair Joust
Jousting at the Talbot County Fair, Talbot Ag and Ed Center7/13/CBHSA Horse Show at Glendale Riding School
Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Association show at Glendale Riding School in Easton, MD[email protected]
Web Link7/15/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link7/20/ -
7/21/CESHS - WEC Mid Summer Horse Show I and II
Show to be held at Wicomico Equestrian Center, Salisbury, MD. Two day show, stalls available by reservation.Leslie Parsans
Web Link7/21/Derby at the Vineyard
Starts at 10 am at the Broken Spoke Vineyard and Winery[email protected]
07/27/ Somerset County Maryland Fair Horse Show
*Rain Date August 3rd * please check our Facebook page for updates. Not a 4H sanctioned show. Registration begins at 7am on day of show! See you there! Crisfield Lane, Princess Anne, MD Melodie Weintraut
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9/30/Foxhunting Clinic
Four foxhunting clinics in August and September at Starkey Farm. Both lecture and mounted. Contact Melissa Wade for more information.Melissa Wade
8/3/CBHSA Horse Show at Glendale Riding School
Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Association show at Glendale Riding School in Easton, MD[email protected]
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Live Jousting starting at noon at Carline/Dorchester County Fair, Caroline County 4-H Park8/10/ -
8/11/CESHS - Autumn Grove Stables Horse and Pony Show - Summer III
Combined Eastern Shore Horse Show member show at Autumn Grove Stables, Sinepusent Road, Berline, MDKristie Naughton
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08/12/Fund Raiser - Charity Golf Outing
Monday, August 12 at Heritage Shores Golf Course Bridgeville, DE am - pm 12th Annual Charity Golf Outing sponsored by Tidewater Utilities, partnering with local non-profit organizations to help give back to the community. This year’s beneficiary is Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding (SDTR) The proceeds from this tournament will directly benefit the SDTR program that is dedicated to improving the physical and emotional well-being of children and adults living with disabilities through equine assisted therapy in a safe and supportive environment. Sign up to play, be a sponsor or just learn more about SDTR and the event at SDTRHR.com/events
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Web Link8/13/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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8/17/ECRRA Horse Show (East Coast Ranch Riding Association)
Ranch Riding horse show with a full slate of classes to be held at Mason Dixon Fairgrounds, Delta Road, Delta, PATerry Helder
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Web Link8/17/TEC Cool Off
Location is Sassafras, Kennedyville, MD. Be in saddle and ready to ride by Web Link8/19/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link8/24/TEC Crab Feast in Club House
Must pre-register - $30 for members, $35 for non memberWeb Link8/24/ -
8/25/CBHSA 2 day Horse Show at Delaware State Fairgrounds
TWO DAY HORSE SHOW at Delaware State Fairgrounds. Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Association show hosted by Horse Power Show Hunters. For more information, stall reservations, etc. call Heather HudsonHeather Hudson
Web Link8/25/Delmarva Paint Horse Club & First State Coon Hunters Horse Show
Delmarva Paint Horse Club and First State Coon Hunters Horse show. All western horse show at Caroline County 4-H Park, Detour Road, Denton, MD. Part of the Eastern Shore Western Horse Show Association circuit. Adina Walker
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9/1/TMF Second Annual Hunter Pace
Held at Tranquility Manor Fair in Monkton, MDWeb Link09/07/Delaware Equine Council's "Autumn on the Brandywine"
Ride the beautiful National/State Parks of the Brandywine River area including the private property of Granogue, a DuPont estate. Guided groups based on desired pace. Walk only-Leisure Pace W/T-Leisure Pace W/T/C- Hunt Pace $ registration includes: ride, lunch, live music, raffle items, and a year membership to the Council. See our Events Page!!Julie Warrington
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Web Link9/7/Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows
START MARKING YOUR CALENDARS!!!! Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows, Phillips Landing Road, Laurel, DE Start at 5PM Kelly Dukes
09/08/SAPC Eventing Schooling
12pm-4pm Eventing schooling: dressage, stadium and XC We are offering the grounds for a day of schooling. Inviting fences and wood line jumps, solid stadium jumps. Great for beginners to novice level. Check in with sapc member at clubhouse to sign in. Donation of $25 to sapc per horse/rider combo. Current coggins required.Debbie Gulick
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3/31/Wicomico Hunter Club weekly event through March 31
Every Wednesday and Sunday through March Mounted fox chasing with horses and hounds. Contact Melissa WadeMelissa Wade
9/8/Eastern Shore Western Horse Show Association (ESWHSA) Horse Show
ESWHSA all western horse show at Tuckahoe Equestrian Center, Crouse Mill Road, Queen Anne, MD Mary Gooden or Nina O'Bryan
9/10/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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9/12/CESHS Medal Ride off and Horse Show I and II
Combined Eastern Shore Horse Shows finals, All Around Challenge, Hunter Derby Horse and Pony. Pot luck supper on Friday evening. Held at Wicomico Equestrian Center, Salisbury, MDDeborah Aalders
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09/15/Buck Brannaman Clinic
Foundation Horsemanship ( AM) and Horsemanship 1 ( PM) Venue: Delaware State Fair Grounds, located at S. DuPont Highway, Harrington, Delaware Details: There is unlimited seating for spectators in a covered arena. Audit cost is $30 per day. Food concessions available during the clinic. Lucretia Krantz
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09/14/19Peninsula Arabian Club Open Show
Gamblers Choice Equestrian Center, Dover, DE. Show will begin promptly at AM An open horse show for all breeds, ages, disciplines, and riding levels. This is a great show to tune your horses up, compete for the first time, or if you just want a fun family friendly environment to show. This is one of the shows in the show series for and will culminate with end of series awards! The show series offers something for everyoneEnglish, Western, Saddleseat, showmanship, halter, leadline, walk/trot, sport horse, over fences, trail, ranch riding, pleasure, hunter, equitation, and more! Contact Renée for details and watch for the event page on facebook!Renée Anderson
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9/14/TEC Play Day Series
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center play day. Classes include barrels, pole bending, keyhole and many more. Registration at am, show starts at am Go to website for more detailed information.Web Link9/15/19Ridgely Joust
Joust at Martin Sutton Park9/16/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link09/21/Meet The Mustangs
Meet The Mustangs with two 8 time Extreme Mustang Makeover competitors and clinician ,starts 10am at Annett Farms Greenwood,DE. There will be food truck at event, Karen's show will be taking place simultaneously
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09/21/Meet The Mustangs
Meet The Mustangs with two 8 time Extreme Mustang Makeover competitors and clinician Richard Garner, and Toby Gibbon. 10am Annett Farms Greenwood, DE. On site food truck and Karen's show will be taking place simultaneously with a Mustang divisionAlycia Hovey
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9/21/192nd Annual MEET THE MUSTANGS
Two 8 time Extreme Mustang Makeover Competitors (Richard Garner and Toby Gibbons) will be doing demonstrations and discussing their experiences with Mustangs. Karen's Shows horse show will be taking place throughout the day. Meet the Mustangs starts at 10 am in the front field - round pen. Horse Show starts at 8am in show rings. Various vendors will be on site. Food (including scrapple sandwiches) will be available all day.

Web Link9/21/19TEC Saddle Up for Breast Cancer
to pm - Minimum donation of $20 for ride and lunch. Full details on website.Web Link9/21/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family friendly, relaxed, casual open show series for all ages, breeds and disciplines. Class list on website. Starts at usually ends around 4PM.

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9/22/19DAHA Show (Delaware Appaloosa Horse Association)
Two day Appaloosa show at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, DE[email protected]
09/22/Dressage/CT Schooling Show
Old Telegraph Rd, Warwick, MD 8am-4pm Solid Stadium fences set into challenging and inviting courses inside fenced-in grass arena. Greenhorn through Novice CT divisions and Dressage Intro are in small grass dressage rings. CT Training and up will be in large grass dressage rings. Casual attire. SAPC XC course also open for schooling $25 per horse and rider combo. Visit website to register online.Deborah Gulick
Web Link9/22/19ESJA Pre-Championship Joust
Joust starting at am Championships to follow.

Web Link9/22/Derby at the Vineyard
Starts at 10 am at the Broken Spoke Vineyard and Winery[email protected]
9/28/19TEC Celebration of the Horse
Free Admission, exciting demonstrations, tack swap Food available. starts at am and ends at pm. Tuckahoe Equestrian CenterWeb Link09/28/19CBHSA Horseshow
CBHSA Horseshow @Glendale Riding School, Easton.[email protected]
09/29/DEC Member Appreciation Day
Redden Forest Headquarters, Georgetown, DE - Sign up at 9am. Ride out on your own. Lunch provided by Shorty's Catering and served noon till Please RSVP to PamPam Nebel
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Web Link10/5/19Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows (Halloween Parade at 4 PM)
Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows, Phillips Landing Road, Laurel, DE Halloween Parade at 4 PM, regular game show starts at 5 PMKelly Dukes
10/8/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
[email protected]
10/12/TEC Play Day Series
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center play day. Classes include barrels, pole bending, keyhole and many more. Registration at am, show starts at am Go to website for more detailed information.Web Link10/12/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family friendly, relaxed, open horse show series with classes for all ages, all breeds, beginner to advanced. English, Western, Ranch Riding, Over Fences For full class list and list of show dates, go to website, look for Karen's Shows tab on left.Elrita Annett
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10/19/4th Annual Barn Dance to benefit Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding
4th Annual Dinner Dance A benefit for Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding Saturday October 19th pm @ SDTR Indoor Arena Harbeson Road Milton DE Dance to the music of the Mason Dixon Band and enjoy dinner prepared by Whole Roast Barbecue. Cash bar (admission includes one drink ticket), plus bourbon tasting station, a 50/50 raffle and great silent auction prizes. This popular event has sold out in previous years so get your tickets early! Tickets just $45 per person All proceeds go to help Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding, a charitable non-profit, offering children and adults with disabilities equine therapy in a safe and supportive environment. Serving the greater Delmarva area for over 31 years. [email protected]
Web Link10/19/TEC Jackpot Barrel Series
Jackpot barrel series starting at 10 am and running until 1pm. 4D barrels and Poles. For details go to website.Web Link10/20/6th Annual Scavenger Hunt
Blackbird State Forest, Tybout Tract - Come join us for a fun, easy trail ride through the mysterious forest! Keep any eye out while riding for the many clues along the trails. $ per person. Current Coggins required for all equines. Helmets are suggested for all riders, Riders under 18 MUST wear a helmet. Food truck on premises for breakfast and lunch items. 50/50 raffle! Prizes :) Contact info: or [email protected] Registration begins at a.m., last riders out at p.m.Delmarva Search & Rescue
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Web Link10/21/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link10/26/SAPC Harvestfest Horse Trials
Harvestfest is back!! Unicorn Farm, Chesapeake City, MD Elem through Training levels. To enter, visit staugustineponyclub.com Deborah Gulick
Web Link10/26/19CBHSA Medal Finals and Hunter Classic
Chesapeake Bay Horse Show Assocation show at Campbells Lane Farm in Preston, MD[email protected]
Web Link10/27/Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows (starts at noon)
Laurel Saddle Friends Game Shows, Phillips Landing Road, Laurel, DE Regular game show starts at 12 noon! Note time.Kelly Dukes
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11/3/19TEC Cindy Berkey Trail Ride and Harvest Auction
Meals, rides and auction for price of ticketsWeb Link11/2/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family friendly, relaxed, open horse show series with classes for all ages, all breeds, beginner to advanced. English, Western, Ranch Riding, Over Fences For full class list and list of show dates, go to website, look for Karen's Shows tab on left.Elrita Annett
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11/10/6th Annual Scavenger Hunt
Come join us for a fun, easy trail ride through the mysterious forest! Keep any eye out while riding for the many clues along the trails. $ per person. Current Coggins required for all equines. Helmets are suggested for all riders, Riders under 18 MUST wear a helmet. Food truck on premises for breakfast and lunch items. 50/50 raffle! Prizes :) Contact info: or [email protected] Registration begins at a.m., last riders out at p.m.11/12/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
[email protected]
11/16/TEC Play Day Series
Tuckahoe Equestrian Center play day. Classes include barrels, pole bending, keyhole and many more. Registration at am, show starts at am Go to website for more detailed information.Web Link11/18/Delaware Equine Council Monthly Meeting
The Delaware Equine Council's monthly meetings start at pm at the Harrington Fire Department conference room, located at 20 Clark Street (Rt 14), just west of Route 13 in Harrington, DE. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting and we would love to have you join us.Web Link11/30/TEC Jackpot Barrel Series
Jackpot barrel series starting at 10 am and running until 1pm. 4D barrels and Poles. For details go to website.Web Link11/30/TEC Jackpot Barrel Series
Jackpot barrel series starting at 10 am and running until 1pm. 4D barrels and Poles. For details go to website.Web Link12/01/ -
12/24/Fund Raiser
Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding fund raising event. Daily raffle drawing each day from December 1 thru December 24 worth at least $ Prizes include gift certificates to great local restaurants and shops, amusements, fishing & golf outings. Plus jewelry, wine & food , outdoor furnishings, a Yeti cooler and a Surface Pro Tickets are just $20 each 3 for $50 or 5 for $75 Purchase online or call: www.sdtrhr.com/events
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Web Link12/10/Peninsula Arabian Horse Association
Monthly meeting of the Peninsula Arabian Horse Association. Meeting starts at at Adandy Farms. Will be discussing upcoming events! Events are open to all horse breeds. All are welcome!Renee Anderson
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12/14/19TEC Ornament Hunt
Starts at 12 noon. More details on website.Web Link01/20/ -
01/20/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday, 1/20 at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/02/15/ -
02/15/Sea To Bay Model Horse Show
Show your Breyer or other model horse in classes like real horses to win prizes. Pre-entries required. OPen to Novice or experienced showers. Space is limited. Entries must be received by Feb 10th. Located in the Pocomoke City Volunteer Fire Dept Community Center, Pocomoke, MD. Show benefits 3 cat, dog & horse rescues.[email protected]
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02/17/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday, 2/17 at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/02/23/ -
02/23/Delaware Appaloosa Horse Association Annual Tack Swap
Our Annual Tack Swap will be held on 2/23/20 at the Caroline County 4H Park. Detour Rd. Denton, MD. Got tack taking up space in your barn or trailer? Bring it to the swap. Need tack and supplies? Come check out our vendors. From everyday tack to show tack in all disciplines. Open to all equine enthusiasts! Vendor tables are $ Hours are 8am to 1pm. Refreshments will be available and all proceeds go to DAYA.03/07/ -
03/07/SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm
SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm from pm. Open to the Public! Weather & Footing permitted Unicorn Farms $40 per/ride $30 Pony Clubbers & 4-H Old turf footing Inviting fences Beautiful countryside Elementary through Training levels Last rider to take the field at pm. Coggins & pinny required for all riders Register upon arrival to pay & get pinny Proceed to end of Mitton Rd. Park in field at end on left No water Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club Make checks payable to SAPC. Stephanie Geiter
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03/14/SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm
SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm from pm. Open to the Public! Rain Date of 3/15/ Weather & Footing permitted Unicorn Farms $40 per/ride $30 Pony Clubbers & 4-H Old turf footing Inviting fences Beautiful countryside Elementary through Training levels Last rider to take the field at pm. Coggins & pinny required for all riders Register upon arrival to pay & get pinny Proceed to end of Mitton Rd. Park in field at end on left No water Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club Make checks payable to SAPC. Stephanie Geiter
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03/14/ Delaware Equine Council Foundation Scholarship Awards Dinner
Join us for an evening of dinner, dancing, and recognition of DECF Scholarship award winners. This event is the DECF premier event of the year and one not to be missed. Tickets may be purchased from any DEC Board member. Kate Bowski
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3/16/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link03/21/ -
03/21/SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm
SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm from pm. Open to the Public! Rain Date of 3/22/ Weather & Footing permitted Unicorn Farms $40 per/ride $30 Pony Clubbers & 4-H Old turf footing Inviting fences Beautiful countryside Elementary through Training levels Last rider to take the field at pm. Coggins & pinny required for all riders Register upon arrival to pay & get pinny Proceed to end of Mitton Rd. Park in field at end on left No water Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club Make checks payable to SAPC. Stephanie Geiter
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Web Link3/28/20Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Relaxed family oriented shows with classes for everyone! Casual attire. For more information, contact Elrita Show starts at and is usually over by Food for sale throughout show. Great scrapple sandwiches!Elrita Annett
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03/28/SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm
SAPC March Madness XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm from pm. Open to the Public! Rain Date is 3/29/ Weather & Footing permitted Unicorn Farms $40 per/ride $30 Pony Clubbers & 4-H Old turf footing Inviting fences Beautiful countryside Elementary through Training levels Last rider to take the field at pm. Coggins & pinny required for all riders Register upon arrival to pay & get pinny Proceed to end of Mitton Rd. Park in field at end on left No water Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club Make checks payable to SAPC. Stephanie Geiter
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Web Link4/20/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web LinkApril 25, Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Family oriented horse shows. Classes for everyone. Show starts at and is usually over by 4. For more information, contact Elrita.Elrita Annett
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Web Link04/25/SAPC Springfest
SAPC Springfest Horse Trials Saturday, April 25, 8am - 5pm Elementary thru Training Levels Elementary (Horse or Rider) 18” USDF Intro. A Intro. (Horse or Rider) 2’3 USEF Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’7 USEF Beg. Novice B Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’11 USEF Novice A Training (Horse or Rider) 3’3 USEF Training A Great footing, inviting fences, beautiful countryside. Entries open TBD Closing Date: TBD - $20 Late fee HORSE TRIALS: $ per horse/ $ for PC/4H Refunds before Closing Date less $15 NO REFUNDS after closing date or in the event of cancellation. Late entries accepted IF THERE IS ROOM - Add $20 - EMAIL SECRETARY. ENTRY AND PAYMENT ONLINE in advance of opening date for entries. To enter visit SAPC website at www.staugustineponyclub.com. Courses open for walking Friday 3PM or Saturday AM. Please remember: Current Coggins and signed release forms required at check-in. PLEASE! We have limited parking and in our efforts to safely park all vehicles, drivers are asked to observe the directions of parking lot attendants. Payment must be made in order to get a starting time.Stephanie Geiter
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05/09/Pleasure Driving Horse Show
Date: Saturday, May 9, at 9 AM – 4 PM Place: Caroline County 4-H Park Detour Road, Denton, MD Judge: Mary Harrison (ADS Learner status) The 13th Annual Pleasure Driving Show, scheduled for May 9th, is a traditional driving show featuring divisions for VSE, Pony, Horse, Multiples, and Novice Driver as well as the new Green as Grass. We will be featuring a Super Reinsmanship Class and some additional classes included are Cones Course, Cross Country Course, In Hand Class, Ladies to Drive, Gentleman to Drive, Carriage Dog, and Command Class. Division Championships and Reserve Championships will be awarded. Stabling and camping is available on the grounds and there is a hotel nearby. Volunteers are always needed!! Contact Show Manager Pamela Gray at or email [email protected] for additional information. Watch the DDC Facebook page and the DDC Webpage for additional details. 5/16/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Relaxed family oriented shows with classes for everyone! Casual attire. For more information, contact Elrita Show starts at and is usually over by Food for sale throughout show. Great scrapple sandwiches!Elrita Annett
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Web Link5/18/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link05/30/ -
05/30/SAPC Dressage / Combined Test Schooling Show
Schooling Show Series * May - September Schooling Shows at SAPC Club House Grounds * Come join St. Augustine Pony Club at their Schooling Show Series! Solid stadium fences set into challenging and inviting courses inside fenced-in grass arena. Green Horn thru Novice CT divisions and Dressage intro. are in small grass dressage rings. CT training and Training lv on up will be in large grass dressage rings. We abide by the USEF/USDF current rules for all tests. SAPC will also be opening their XC for schooling for $ per horse/rider. Please visit ​www.staugustineponyclub.com​ for opening and closing dates or to register online. Casual attire. Copy of current coggins and Rhino/Flu (EHV I-IV). COMBINED TEST - $60 Per Division or $50 PC/4H members per division Green Horn Poles USDF Intro. A Elementary Horse or Rider -- 18" -- USDF Intro. A Intro. Horse or Rider -- 2'3" -- Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice Horse or Rider -- 2'3" -- Beg. Novice B Novice Horse or Rider -- 2'11" -- Novice A Training 3'3" Training A DRESSAGE - $30 Per test or $25 PC/4H members per test 1. USDF Intro. A 2. USDF Intro. B 3. USDF Intro. C 4. Training Lv 1 5. Training Lv 2 6. Training Lv 3 7. First Lv 1 8. First Lv 2 9. First Lv 3 Second Lv 1 Second Lv 2 Second Lv 3 Third Lv TOC Fourth Lv TOC Registration Link - To Follow Registration Closing date is TBD Ride times will be posted by Thursday before the event. The public is welcome! Refunds will be issued prior to closing date less $10 administrative fee. No Refunds for any reason for show cancellation Like SAPC on Facebook for Events & Updates.Stephanie Geiter
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05/31/Kenny Harlow Training With Trust riding clinic
Here is your opportunity to work with Kenny Harlow to improve your communication and trust with your horse. Learn to solve problems, build on or restore relationship with your horse. Kenny will personalize this clinic to you and your horse's needs. Contact Kenny's office at or Vicky Trainor at for additional information.
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06/06/Karen's Shows at Annett Farms
Casual attire. Show starts at and is usually over by Food for sale throughout show. Elrita Annett
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06/27/Youth Leadership with Horses
Saturdays, a.m. to a.m. - $ / pp This 1st Session, 4 week class is designed for youth and brings engagement, empowerment, improved communication, with ground work and horses. Certified practitioner. Call to register and bring questions. Waivers and registration forms are available. Classes held at Pine Shadow Farm, Bear, Delaware. JoAnne Ernsberger
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Web Link06/07/ESWHSA Kent County 4-H Show
Delaware State FairgroundsWeb Link06/13/SAPC Jumper Schooling Show
Schooling Show Series * May - September Shows at SAPC Club House Grounds * Solid stadium fences set into challenging and inviting courses inside fenced-in grass arena. Casual attire. Grounds open at am for registration, first division starts promptly at am. Divisions/Heights Offered: 18”, 2’3”, 2’7”, 2’11”, and 3’3. *Edit - Classes per Division - Timed First Jump Off, Optimum Time and Gambler’s Choice.* Tentative Schedule: - 18,” - 2’3,” – 2’7,” – 2’11,” – 3’3.” We will extend a division for up to 30 minutes, if necessary, to accommodate everyone who is registered. Reserve right to change or combine if not enough registered. Please pre-register, so we can plan! Cost: The cost for a division (3 courses) is $30 for Pre-Registered or $ day of show. Individual courses: $ Pony clubbers and 4H who pre-register cost per division is $ or $ day of show. Pre-registration ends day before show. **Edit - Class ribbons awarded for each class 1st - 6th and Division Champion and Reserve Champion.** and Contact: Send pre-registration info to [email protected] Like SAPC on Facebook for Events & Updates. Where: St. Augustine Pony Club Clubhouse & Show Grounds, located at: SAPC, Old Telegraph Rd Warwick, MD Stephanie Geiter
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Location: Royal Rock Equestrian, Noxen, PA. $45/rider with awards.06/14/Oak Hill Stables Western Show
Noble Rd., Federalsburg, MD $8 per class.[email protected]
06/20/CBHSA Horse Show
Location: Horse Power Show Hunters.06/21/ESWHSA DAHA/DAYA Horse Show
Location: Caroline County 4-H Partk.Web Link06/27/Kindred Spirit Farm English/Western Show Series
Location: Johnson Rd., Salisbury, MD ,$40 per division.Kelly Howard
07/01/Diamond State Jumping Show Series at Annett Farms
Time: 6pm, Location: Shawnee Rd., Greenwood, DE Heather Hudson
Web Link07/08/Diamond State Jumping Show Series at Annett Farms
Time: 6pm, Location: Shawnee Rd., Greenwood, DE Heather Hudson
Web Link07/11/CBHSA Horse Show
Location: Glendale Riding School07/12/ESWHSA First State Coon Hunters/Delmarva Miniature Horse Club Show
Location: Wicked R Ranch.Web Link07/15/Diamond State Jumping Show Series at Annett Farms
Time: 6pm, Location: Shawnee Rd., Greenwood, DE Heather Hudson
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07/19/Equine BiioMechanics Course with Jillian Kreinbring
$, Location: Royal Equestrian Center, Augustine Herman Hwy, Chesapeake City, MD 07/19/TEC Sassafras NRMA Swim Ride
10am - 1pmKaren Mack
7/20/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link07/22/Diamond State Jumping Show Series at Annett Farms
Time: 6pm, Location: Shawnee Rd., Greenwood, DE Heather Hudson
Web Link07/25/Dressage/CT Schooling Show
Location: Old Telegraph Rd, Warwick,MD 8am-3pm
Web Link07/25/Kindred Spirit Farm English/Western Show Series
Location: Johnson Rd, Salisbury, MD $40/divisionKelly Howard
07/25/SAPC Dressage / Combined Test Schooling Show
Schooling Show Series * May - September Schooling Shows at SAPC Club House Grounds * Solid stadium fences set into challenging and inviting courses inside fenced-in grass arena. Green Horn thru Novice CT divisions and Dressage intro. are in small grass dressage rings. CT training and Training lv on up will be in large grass dressage rings. We abide by the USEF/USDF current rules for all tests. SAPC will also be opening their XC for schooling for $ per horse/rider. Please visit ​www.staugustineponyclub.com​ for opening and closing dates or to register online. Casual attire. Copy of current coggins and Rhino/Flu (EHV I-IV). COMBINED TEST - $60 Per Division or $50 PC/4H members per division Green Horn Poles USDF Intro. A Elementary Horse or Rider -- 18" -- USDF Intro. A Intro. Horse or Rider -- 2'3" -- Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice Horse or Rider -- 2'3" -- Beg. Novice B Novice Horse or Rider -- 2'11" -- Novice A Training 3'3" Training A DRESSAGE - $30 Per test or $25 PC/4H members per test 1. USDF Intro. A 2. USDF Intro. B 3. USDF Intro. C 4. Training Lv 1 5. Training Lv 2 6. Training Lv 3 7. First Lv 1 8. First Lv 2 9. First Lv 3 Second Lv 1 Second Lv 2 Second Lv 3 Third Lv TOC Fourth Lv TOC Registration Link - To Follow Registration Closing date is TBD Ride times will be posted by Thursday before the event. The public is welcome! Refunds will be issued prior to closing date less $10 administrative fee. No Refunds for any reason for show cancellation Like SAPC on Facebook for Events & Updates.Stephanie Geiter
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02/06/C-Line Stables & St. Augustine Pony Club Jumper Schooling Show Winter Series
**Schooling available in outdoor ring** *Enter ring 10 minutes before scheduled ride time* Jumper Division up to 18” 1a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 1b. Time First Round 1c. Timed Jump-Off 1d. Gambler’s Choice Jumper Division - 2’ 2a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 2b. Time First Round 2c. Timed Jump-Off 2d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division – 2'-2’3” 3a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 3b. Time First Round 3c. Timed Jump-Off 3d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division – 2’3”-2’6” 4a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 4b. Time First Round 4c. Timed Jump-Off 4d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division - 2’9”-3’ 5a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 5b. Time First Round 5c. Timed Jump-Off 5d. Gambler’s Choice A. Paid Schooling round: There will be a Paid Schooling class held prior to each division. This is for a rider who would like to school the jumps before competing in that division. The course will be the same as the Timed First Round. There will be no ribbons awarded or points acquired. This class is designed to give each horse/rider a chance to warm up. Cost is $ B. Timed First Round - one trip, the winners are decided by the faster times with no faults, followed by the fastest time with the fewest faults. C. Timed Jump-Off - all those who are clear and within the time for the course will jump a second course to determine a winner D. Gambler's Choice - Each jump has a point value. There is a set time to jump as many jumps as possible. The points for each jump jumped will be added to help determine a winner. In addition, there is a bonus jump (called Gambler's Choice jump) in the ring with the largest value. After allotted time, the rider may choose to jump the GC jump to add points to the score. If there is a refusal or knockdown at the GC jump the points for the jump will be subtracted from the original score. The Gambler's Choice jump may not be jumped during the regular course, if jumped the rider is disqualified. Each jump is not allowed to be jumped in succession. Each jump is allowed to be jumped twice during the time on course. SHOW DATES February 6th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm March 6th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm March 27th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm February 6th Judge – Bryan Bradley Price per class is $10 for (a) Schooling Class and all other classes (b,c,d) are $12 per class Entries due by 5pm on Wednesday, 2/3/ *Each horse/rider combo may enter only one division * Register: Email entry form to [email protected] or online at www.striderpro.com/a/gDlJl1zDxka9lpEQb5tUgg Payment required by closing date to receive ride time. No post entries accepted Times will be posted by Friday, 2/5/21 on Facebook: C-Line Stables @ www.facebook.com/CLine-Stables and St Augustine PC @ www.facebook.com/staugustineponyclub Contact Stephanie Geiter for registration questions @ or [email protected] and Carlotta Cline with facilities questions or [email protected] The C-Line Stables arena is open to the public for use. The fee is $10 per horse per hour. There is an added fee for use of lights. Trainers welcome. Call C-Line to reserve. St Augustine PC - www.staugustineponyclub.com Rules and General Information 1. C-line Stables and St Augustine PC will not be responsible for any damage, injury or loss to person/s, horse/pony or property of exhibitor or Spectator incurred on or off the horse show ground. 2. The decision of the judge is final 3. All fence heights are approximate 4. The show committee reserves the right to divide, cancel, combine or change the order of the classes. 5. Informal attire allowed. 6. Points will be 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½. Six ribbons to be awarded in all classes. Champion & Reserve awarded in each division. End of series prizes with Champion and Reserve ribbons 7. End of series points will only count per horse & rider combination and will only count for the highest height entered. To qualify, must show at 2 of 3 shows. Awarded at the last horse show. 8. Heeled shoes and helmet required. 9. Fence heights are approximate. There will be a 2 minute call at the gate Schooling permitted in the outdoor ring, weather permitting. Show will be held in the indoor ring. For those not familiar with our ring, there is a nice sized waiting area for you and your horse/s No draw reins, chambons, degouges or neck stretchers allowed in the show ring Negative Coggins required. Please leave the area around your horse trailer clean Current COVID regulations and social distancing required. Masks required at all times. In accordance with COVID restrictions, each rider may have 1 trainer & 1 adult in attendance Refunds issued prior to closing date less $10 admin fee. No refunds after closing date or for missed classes. Stephanie Geiter
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03/06/C-Line Stables & St. Augustine Pony Club Jumper Schooling Show Winter Series
**Schooling available in outdoor ring** *Enter ring 10 minutes before scheduled ride time* Jumper Division up to 18” 1a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 1b. Time First Round 1c. Timed Jump-Off 1d. Gambler’s Choice Jumper Division - 2’ 2a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 2b. Time First Round 2c. Timed Jump-Off 2d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division – 2'-2’3” 3a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 3b. Time First Round 3c. Timed Jump-Off 3d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division – 2’3”-2’6” 4a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 4b. Time First Round 4c. Timed Jump-Off 4d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division - 2’9”-3’ 5a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 5b. Time First Round 5c. Timed Jump-Off 5d. Gambler’s Choice A. Paid Schooling round: There will be a Paid Schooling class held prior to each division. This is for a rider who would like to school the jumps before competing in that division. The course will be the same as the Timed First Round. There will be no ribbons awarded or points acquired. This class is designed to give each horse/rider a chance to warm up. Cost is $ B. Timed First Round - one trip, the winners are decided by the faster times with no faults, followed by the fastest time with the fewest faults. C. Timed Jump-Off - all those who are clear and within the time for the course will jump a second course to determine a winner D. Gambler's Choice - Each jump has a point value. There is a set time to jump as many jumps as possible. The points for each jump jumped will be added to help determine a winner. In addition, there is a bonus jump (called Gambler's Choice jump) in the ring with the largest value. After allotted time, the rider may choose to jump the GC jump to add points to the score. If there is a refusal or knockdown at the GC jump the points for the jump will be subtracted from the original score. The Gambler's Choice jump may not be jumped during the regular course, if jumped the rider is disqualified. Each jump is not allowed to be jumped in succession. Each jump is allowed to be jumped twice during the time on course. SHOW DATES February 6th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm March 6th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm March 27th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm February 6th Judge – Bryan Bradley Price per class is $10 for (a) Schooling Class and all other classes (b,c,d) are $12 per class Entries due by 5pm on Wednesday, 3/3/ *Each horse/rider combo may enter only one division * Register: Email entry form to [email protected] or online at www.striderpro.com Payment required by closing date to receive ride time. No post entries accepted Times will be posted by Friday, 3/5/21 on Facebook: C-Line Stables @ www.facebook.com/CLine-Stables and St Augustine PC @ www.facebook.com/staugustineponyclub Contact Stephanie Geiter for registration questions @ or [email protected] and Carlotta Cline with facilities questions or [email protected] The C-Line Stables arena is open to the public for use. The fee is $10 per horse per hour. There is an added fee for use of lights. Trainers welcome. Call to reserve. St Augustine PC - www.staugustineponyclub.com Rules and General Information 1. C-line Stables and St Augustine PC will not be responsible for any damage, injury or loss to person/s, horse/pony or property of exhibitor or Spectator incurred on or off the horse show ground. 2. The decision of the judge is final 3. All fence heights are approximate 4. The show committee reserves the right to divide, cancel, combine or change the order of the classes. 5. Informal attire allowed. 6. Points will be 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½. Six ribbons to be awarded in all classes. Champion & Reserve awarded in each division. End of series prizes with Champion and Reserve ribbons 7. End of series points will only count per horse & rider combination and will only count for the highest height entered. To qualify, must show at 2 of 3 shows. Awarded at the last horse show. 8. Heeled shoes and helmet required. 9. Fence heights are approximate. There will be a 2 minute call at the gate Schooling permitted in the outdoor ring, weather permitting. Show will be held in the indoor ring. For those not familiar with our ring, there is a nice sized waiting area for you and your horse/s No draw reins, chambons, degouges or neck stretchers allowed in the show ring Negative Coggins required. Please leave the area around your horse trailer clean Current COVID regulations and social distancing required. Masks required at all times. In accordance with COVID restrictions, each rider may have 1 trainer & 1 adult in attendance Refunds issued prior to closing date less $10 admin fee. No refunds after closing date or for missed classes. Stephanie Geiter
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03/21/Mounted Shooting Clinic
Advanced Mounted Shooting Clinic Sunday, March 21, ampm Cross Road Trail Brandywine, MD Focus on course management, strategies, mental focus and conditioning your horse for performance. Taught by Jessie Flores, CMSA L6 Pro Rider. Multiple Overall Winner, Shotgun and Ladies Champion on a Regional and National Level. Find the need for speed! *Provide your own ammo (or purchase at clinic) **Horses must be gun broke to participate. $ per rider $50 deposit (non-refundable after 3/16/21) Payment via Venmo or check. Contact Richard to register.Jessica Flores
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02/27/C-Line Stables & St. Augustine Pony Club Jumper Schooling Show Winter Series
**Schooling available in outdoor ring** *Enter ring 10 minutes before scheduled ride time* Jumper Division up to 18” 1a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 1b. Time First Round 1c. Timed Jump-Off 1d. Gambler’s Choice Jumper Division - 2’ 2a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 2b. Time First Round 2c. Timed Jump-Off 2d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division – 2'-2’3” 3a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 3b. Time First Round 3c. Timed Jump-Off 3d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division – 2’3”-2’6” 4a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 4b. Time First Round 4c. Timed Jump-Off 4d. Gambler’s Choice Jumpers Division - 2’9”-3’ 5a. Schooling Round – no time/no ribbons 5b. Time First Round 5c. Timed Jump-Off 5d. Gambler’s Choice A. Paid Schooling round: There will be a Paid Schooling class held prior to each division. This is for a rider who would like to school the jumps before competing in that division. The course will be the same as the Timed First Round. There will be no ribbons awarded or points acquired. This class is designed to give each horse/rider a chance to warm up. Cost is $ B. Timed First Round - one trip, the winners are decided by the faster times with no faults, followed by the fastest time with the fewest faults. C. Timed Jump-Off - all those who are clear and within the time for the course will jump a second course to determine a winner D. Gambler's Choice - Each jump has a point value. There is a set time to jump as many jumps as possible. The points for each jump jumped will be added to help determine a winner. In addition, there is a bonus jump (called Gambler's Choice jump) in the ring with the largest value. After allotted time, the rider may choose to jump the GC jump to add points to the score. If there is a refusal or knockdown at the GC jump the points for the jump will be subtracted from the original score. The Gambler's Choice jump may not be jumped during the regular course, if jumped the rider is disqualified. Each jump is not allowed to be jumped in succession. Each jump is allowed to be jumped twice during the time on course. SHOW DATES February 6th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm March 6th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm March 27th (no rain date) 8am – 5pm February 6th Judge – Bryan Bradley Price per class is $10 for (a) Schooling Class and all other classes (b,c,d) are $12 per class Entries due by 5pm on Wednesday, 3/24/ *Each horse/rider combo may enter only one division * Register: Email entry form to [email protected] or online at www.striderpro.com Payment required by closing date to receive ride time. No post entries accepted Times will be posted by Friday, 3/26/21 on Facebook: C-Line Stables @ www.facebook.com/CLine-Stables and St Augustine PC @ www.facebook.com/staugustineponyclub Contact Stephanie Geiter for registration questions @ or [email protected] and Carlotta Cline with facilities questions or [email protected] The C-Line Stables arena is open to the public for use. The fee is $10 per horse per hour. There is an added fee for use of lights. Trainers welcome. Call to reserve. St Augustine PC - www.staugustineponyclub.com Rules and General Information 1. C-line Stables and St Augustine PC will not be responsible for any damage, injury or loss to person/s, horse/pony or property of exhibitor or Spectator incurred on or off the horse show ground. 2. The decision of the judge is final 3. All fence heights are approximate 4. The show committee reserves the right to divide, cancel, combine or change the order of the classes. 5. Informal attire allowed. 6. Points will be 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½. Six ribbons to be awarded in all classes. Champion & Reserve awarded in each division. End of series prizes with Champion and Reserve ribbons 7. End of series points will only count per horse & rider combination and will only count for the highest height entered. To qualify, must show at 2 of 3 shows. Awarded at the last horse show. 8. Heeled shoes and helmet required. 9. Fence heights are approximate. There will be a 2 minute call at the gate Schooling permitted in the outdoor ring, weather permitting. Show will be held in the indoor ring. For those not familiar with our ring, there is a nice sized waiting area for you and your horse/s No draw reins, chambons, degouges or neck stretchers allowed in the show ring Negative Coggins required. Please leave the area around your horse trailer clean Current COVID regulations and social distancing required. Masks required at all times. In accordance with COVID restrictions, each rider may have 1 trainer & 1 adult in attendance Refunds issued prior to closing date less $10 admin fee. No refunds after closing date or for missed classes. Stephanie Geiter
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04/24/St. Augustine Pony Club Springfest Starter Horse Trials
SAPC Springfest Horse Trials Saturday, April 24, Elementary thru Training Levels Elementary (Horse or Rider) 18” USDF Intro. A Intro. (Horse or Rider) 2’3 USEF Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’7 USEF Beg. Novice B Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’11 USEF Novice A Training (Horse or Rider) 3’3 USEF Training A SAPC Starter Horse Trials Series -- Series End Awards (Division Champion and Division Reserve Champion), the same horse/rider combination must compete in at least 2 of the 3 events and will only count for the highest division entered. Points will be awarded for 1st-6th place, 1st points, 2nd-7 points, 3rd-5 points, 4th-3 points, 5th-2 points and 6th-1 point. **EDIT - Division Sponsorship** A Jockey Club T.I.P. High Point Thoroughbred Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred for each division as follows! Elementary High Point Thoroughbred Introductory High Point Thoroughbred Award Beginner Novice High Point Thoroughbred Award Novice High Point Thoroughbred Award Training High Point Thoroughbred Award **EDIT - Mid-Atlantic Horse Rescue is sponsoring a trophy to be awarded to the Overall Highpoint Thoroughbred** Great footing, inviting fences, beautiful countryside. Entries open March 1, Closing Date: April 18, - $20 Late fee HORSE TRIALS: $ per horse/ $ for PC/4H/MAHR Refunds before Closing Date less $15 NO REFUNDS after closing date or in the event of cancellation, except if cancellation due to COVID, % refund Late entries accepted IF THERE IS ROOM - Add $20 - EMAIL SECRETARY. ENTRY AND PAYMENT ONLINE in advance of opening date for entries. To enter visit SAPC website at www.staugustineponyclub.com. Courses open for walking Friday at 3PM Please remember: Current Coggins and signed release forms required at check-in. PLEASE! We have limited parking and in our efforts to safely park all vehicles, drivers are asked to observe the directions of parking lot attendants. Payment must be made in order to get a starting time. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Signup at www.EventingVolunteers.com Photographer: Amy Flemming Waters Photography afwphotography.shootproof.com/ Farrier: Zach Weldon All current COVID protocols will be in effect. Please note the following measures will be in place on the day of the show: We are counting on everyone in attendance to adhere to the following rules so that we may continue to offer shows at SAPC this year. Anyone who does not follow these guidelines is putting themselves, others, and SAPC at risk and will be asked to leave the grounds by show management. If you are feeling sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID, please remain home. All unmounted persons should wear a mask and observe social distancing rules. All entries and payments will be submitted online. Ride times will be assigned to those who submit a completed online entry form, current coggins (via photo or PDF upload), and payment (via PayPal). The Show Secretary will NOT be checking coggins or accepting payments the day of the show. Riders may arrive ONE HOUR before their assigned ride time and must exit the show grounds once their division is scored and ribbons are awarded. Please limit the number of people who accompany you to the show to a maximum of two people (e.g. trainer and parent). Rider packets will be available for pick up with the Secretary. Water will not be available, you will need to bring your own water Concessions will be provided by Falling off the Bone Bar-Be-Que and Fish Fry Food Truck. www.facebook.com/Falling-off-the-bone-Bar-Be-Que-And-fish-fry Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash at all times. Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club.Stephanie Geiter
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04/25/Schooling dressage show
The show will start at 9 AM. We have plenty of outdoor space for social distancing and a very large parking lot. We are offering USEF event tests and USDF as well as leadline. Both small arena and large arena will be set up. Event, leadline and intro will be conducted in the small arena. Kelly McGinn is judging. The Lion's club will be providing food. Sponsors include the Lion's Club and Ozzie's Denton Diner (Denton Plaza). A leather halter with brass plate will be given to the best scoring rider in the following categories: event, into/training level, first level and above. A gift basket will be given to the rider with the best leadline score. Leadline tests are $, all others $ Online registration and payment will be offered with links posted on FB: breezyrunfarm and website: www.breezyrunfarm.com. Closing date is April 19th.Web Link05/01/Sonshine Equine Open House
2nd Annual Public Open House May 1, from 11am-3pm Bring your family for a fun day of free activities to include pony rides, pony cart rides, games, grooming donkeys, jump castle, popcorn, cotton candy, food, local crafters and much more. If your interested in renting a table to sell your products please call Jan Baldt at Jan Baldt
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05/23/OHSA Inaugural Virtual World Open Horse Show
Open Horse Show Association’s Inaugural Virtual World Open Horse Show! This unprecedented event brings competitors from across the US and Canada together virtually to compete for awards and the title of “World Champion!”. Enter at www.showohsa.com beginning May 1. Video between May 1 and May 23, load your video to your facebook page and email us the link. Full details on our website.
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05/08/14th Annual DDC Pleasure Driving Show
After nineteen years at Caroline County 4-H Park in Denton, MD, the Annual Delmarva Driving Club Pleasure Show (scheduled for May 8, ) will be moving to the Wicomico Equestrian Center in Salisbury, MD. The Equestrian Center, encompassing 18 acres, has 4 large rings - 2 of which are irrigated grass and 2 are sand. The grass rings are approximately 60, square feet a piece with separate schooling areas. There are two barns – the main barn has 42 stalls with pine walls, sliding doors and rubber flooring and the other barn has 10 stalls with metal gates. The grounds also include an integrated sound system, event registration building, parking for numerous horse trailers and vendors, and 8 electric hook-ups for campers. This year the Judge will be Jessica Axelsson. Look for the Show Class List/Prize List by the end of February. There will be five divisions and many classes. If you have any questions, please call Show Manager Pam Gray at or email her at [email protected] Information is also available on Facebook, Instagram, and delmarvadrivingclub.com
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05/22/Making Strides Hunter Jumper Schooling Show
Open to all- Colonial Classic qualifier with attendance at two shows-no membership fee required. TIP approved TB hunter and jumper divisions. End of series banquet and great prizes, ribbons with membership fee of $25 ($35 for family) and participation in at least 4 shows. Prizelist and detailed class descriptions are on the Making Strides FB page and Breezy Run Farm website. We have numerous sponsors to help award nice end of series prizes. Paper registration form and online registration options as well as payment information for each show will be posted on the Making Strides FB page, so please like the page to stay updated. Shows rotate between Breezy Run Farm and Columbia Horse Center which is under new management.Victoria Meyer
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Web Link06/12/ RSR Buckle Series - 1st of 4
The first of the RSR Speed Series. To be held at Rusted Star Ranch in Berlin, MD. pm start time. Overall High Point Prizes at Each Event 2nd place payout if more than 10 riders in the class. $25 all events, $8 per event, $10 add ons. New this year ~Goat Tying~ Food available for purchase at the event. Negative coggins required. End of series Buckles to be awarded.
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06/20/Father's Day Fun and HJ schooling show
Come for some fun with youir father, Grandpa or your special male role model. We will be featuring some free game classes including a Drinks for Dads leadline with beer or non-alcoholic beer as prizes in addition to an embroidered scrim for the champion hunter derby, C-4 belts for the highpoint jumper and highpoint hunter. Judge is Evan Crierie (r) and announcer is Leslie Persans. Prizelist and online registration link will appear on the breezyrunfarm FB site as well as the breezyrunfarm website. As always, you may set up a table to sell your tack-just let us know in advance. Food will be available. Address: Price Station Rd., Church Hill, MDVictoria Elizabeth Meyer
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06/26/Model Horse Fun Show
Open to any plastic horse model. Never shown your model horses before? Come out and give it a try! Judged by the same basic standards as real horses, your models can win ribbons. Open to children or adults who have never shown at a recognized model show. Need more info on how to show? Check out Breyer’s website on How To Show Your Model Horse at: www.breyerhorses.com/pages/the-abcs-of-model-horse-showing Ribbons 1st-6th, Champion gets a Market sweet. Entry $5 per person. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN TABLES & CHAIRS TO THIS EVENT. Registration 9am, show runs am to approx 11am. Located outside in the Ocean Pines Farmers & Artisans Market, Berlin, MD. Need to sign up or more info? Contact Ingrid at [email protected] or call
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08/17/Summer Horse Camp
We are offering 4 summer horse camps, the dates are as follows: Camp #1 June 29, 30, July 1 Camp #2 July 13, 14 and 15th Camp #3 August 3, 4 and 5th Camp #4 August 17,18 and 19th All camps are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am until 2pm. The Cost is $ per rider. The camp is designed for ages 5 years and up. Visit our website at sonshineequine.org for more information. We are also offering pony rides every Saturday from 2pm-4pm. Please call and schedule. Jan Baldt
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Web Link07/10/ RSR Buckle Series - 2nd of 4
The first of the RSR Speed Series. To be held at Rusted Star Ranch in Berlin, MD. pm start time. Overall High Point Prizes at Each Event 2nd place payout if more than 10 riders in the class. $25 all events, $8 per event, $10 add ons. New this year ~Goat Tying~ Food available for purchase at the event. Negative coggins required. End of series Buckles to be awarded.
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07/24/Model Horse Fun Show
Open to any plastic horse model. Never shown your model horses before? Come out and give it a try! Judged by the same basic standards as real horses, your models can win ribbons. Open to children or adults who have never shown at a recognized model show. Need more info on how to show? Check out Breyer’s website on How To Show Your Model Horse at: www.breyerhorses.com/pages/the-abcs-of-model-horse-showing Ribbons 1st-6th, Champion gets a Market sweet. Entry $5 per person. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN TABLES & CHAIRS TO THIS EVENT. Registration 9am, show runs am to approx 11am. Located outside in the Ocean Pines Farmers & Artisans Market, Berlin, MD. Need to sign up or more info? Contact Ingrid at [email protected] or call
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07/Starter Trial, Combined Test, and Dressage Shows
Location: Glendale Riding School, Inc, Matthewstown Rd, Easton, MD , 8am
08/08/CBHSA Horse Show
Location: Horse Power Show Hunters08/15/Kindred Spirit Farm English/Western Show Series
Location: Johnson Rd, Salisbury, MD $40/divisionKelly Howard
08/16/Oak Hill Stables Western Show
Location: Noble Rd, Federalsburg, MD , $8/class[email protected]
8/17/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link08/22/TEC Crab Feast
pm, pre-purchased tickets only.Linda Middleton
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08/22/SAPC Jumper Schooling Show
Schooling Show Series * May - September Shows at SAPC Club House Grounds * Solid stadium fences set into challenging and inviting courses inside fenced-in grass arena. Casual attire. Open to the public! Grounds open at am for registration, first division starts promptly at am. Divisions/Heights Offered: 18”, 2’3”, 2’7”, 2’11”, and 3’3. *Edit - Classes per Division - Timed First Jump Off, Optimum Time and Gambler’s Choice.* Tentative Schedule: - 18,” - 2’3,” – 2’7,” – 2’11,” – 3’3.” We will extend a division for up to 30 minutes, if necessary, to accommodate everyone who is registered. Reserve right to change or combine if not enough registered. Please pre-register, so we can plan! Cost: The cost for a division (3 courses) is $30 for Pre-Registered or $ day of show. Individual courses: $ Pony clubbers and 4H who pre-register cost per division is $ or $ day of show. Pre-registration ends day before show. **Edit - Class ribbons awarded for each class 1st - 6th and Division Champion and Reserve Champion.** and Contact: Send pre-registration info to [email protected] Like SAPC on Facebook for Events & Updates. Where: St. Augustine Pony Club Clubhouse & Show Grounds, located at: SAPC, Old Telegraph Rd Warwick, MD Stephanie Geiter
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Location: Glendale Riding School09/05/DEC's Autumn on the Brandywine Riding Event
$40/rider includes lunch, live music, raffle items and 1 year membership. Raindate: 9/12/ Pre-register via PayPal on the DEC Website.Julie Warrington
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09/06/ESWHSA Horse Show
Location: Caroline County 4-H ParkWeb Link09/12/SAPC Dressage / Combined Test Schooling Show
Schooling Show Series * May - September Schooling Shows at SAPC Club House Grounds * Solid stadium fences set into challenging and inviting courses inside fenced-in grass arena. Green Horn thru Novice CT divisions and Dressage intro. are in small grass dressage rings. CT training and Training lv on up will be in large grass dressage rings. We abide by the USEF/USDF current rules for all tests. SAPC will also be opening their XC for schooling for $ per horse/rider. Please visit ​www.staugustineponyclub.com​ for opening and closing dates or to register online. Casual attire. Copy of current coggins and Rhino/Flu (EHV I-IV). COMBINED TEST - $60 Per Division or $50 PC/4H members per division Green Horn Poles USDF Intro. A Elementary Horse or Rider -- 18" -- USDF Intro. A Intro. Horse or Rider -- 2'3" -- Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice Horse or Rider -- 2'3" -- Beg. Novice B Novice Horse or Rider -- 2'11" -- Novice A Training 3'3" Training A DRESSAGE - $30 Per test or $25 PC/4H members per test 1. USDF Intro. A 2. USDF Intro. B 3. USDF Intro. C 4. Training Lv 1 5. Training Lv 2 6. Training Lv 3 7. First Lv 1 8. First Lv 2 9. First Lv 3 Second Lv 1 Second Lv 2 Second Lv 3 Third Lv TOC Fourth Lv TOC Registration Link - To Follow Registration Closing date is TBD Ride times will be posted by Thursday before the event. The public is welcome! Refunds will be issued prior to closing date less $10 administrative fee. No Refunds for any reason for show cancellation Like SAPC on Facebook for Events & Updates.Stephanie Geiter
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Location: Glendale Riding School, Matthewstown Rd, Easton, MD 8am09/19/CBHSA Horse Show
Location: Glendale Riding School, Matthewstown Rd, Easton, MD 09/19/TEC "Saddlin Up For The Cure"
Location: Tuckahoe Equestrian Center. am-3pm. Ride, auction, lunch to benefit Breast Cancer.Joe Denny
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09/20/DAHA Horse Show - 50th Anniversary
9/21/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link09/26/Kindred Spirit Farm English/Western Show Series
Location: Johnson Rd, Salisbury, MD $40/division.Kelly Howard
09/27/DEC Member Appreciation Day Trail Ride
Location: Redden State Forest, Georgetown, DE. Includes lunch.Pam Nebel or Stan Vonasek
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10/03/SAPC Fall Fest XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm
Open to the Public! Weather & Footing permitted Unicorn Farms $40 per/ride $30 Pony Clubbers & 4-H Old turf footing Inviting fences Beautiful countryside Elementary through Training levels Last rider to take the field at pm. Coggins & pinny required for all riders Register upon arrival to pay & get pinny Proceed to end of Mitton Rd. Park in field at end on left No water Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club Make checks payable to SAPC. Stephanie Geiter
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10/10/SAPC Fall Fest XC Schooling @ Unicorn Farm
Open to the Public! Weather & Footing permitted Unicorn Farms $40 per/ride $30 Pony Clubbers & 4-H Rain Date is Sunday, October 11 Old turf footing Inviting fences Beautiful countryside Elementary through Training levels Last rider to take the field at pm. Coggins & pinny required for all riders Register upon arrival to pay & get pinny Proceed to end of Mitton Rd. Park in field at end on left No water Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club Make checks payable to SAPC. Stephanie Geiter
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Web Link10/19/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link10/24/ -
10/24/13th Annual DDC Pleasure Driving Show
The 13th Annual Pleasure Driving Show is a traditional driving show featuring divisions for VSE, Pony, Horse, Multiples, and Novice Driver. Some additional classes included are Cones Course, Cross Country Course, Gambler's Choice, In Hand Class, Ladies and Gentlemen to Drive, Carriage Dog, and Command Class. There will also be a Super Reinsmanship Division (using ADS Test 2) with a fabulous Trophy. New this year is the Informal Pleasure Driving Division, which allows participants the opportunity to experience showing without the expense of a show quality turnout. Division Championships and Reserve Championships will be awarded. Stabling is available on the grounds for $ Volunteers are always needed!! Contact Show Manager Pamela Gray at or email [email protected] for additional information. Follow the DDC Facebook and Instagram pages or check out the DDC Webpage (www.delmarvadrivingclub.com) for additional details.Pam Gray
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10/24/SAPC Harvestfest Unrecognized Horse Trials
SAPC Harvestfest Horse Trials Saturday - October 24, 8am - 5pm Elementary thru Training Levels Elementary (Horse or Rider) 18” USDF Intro. A Intro. (Horse or Rider) 2’3 USEF Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’7 USEF Beg. Novice B Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’11 USEF Novice A Training (Horse or Rider) 3’3 USEF Training A Training and Novice have both the water and ditch Beg. Novice has water Intro. Has water (no jump just walk in and out) Elem. No water Great footing, inviting fences, beautiful countryside. Entries open TBD Closing Date: TBD - $20 Late fee HORSE TRIALS: $ per horse/ $ for PC/4H Refunds before Closing Date less $15 NO REFUNDS after closing date or in the event of cancellation. Late entries accepted IF THERE IS ROOM - Add $20 - EMAIL SECRETARY. ENTRY AND PAYMENT ONLINE in advance of opening date for entries. To enter visit SAPC website at www.staugustineponyclub.com. Courses open for walking Friday 3PM or Saturday AM. Please remember: Current Coggins and signed release forms required at check-in. PLEASE! We have limited parking and in our efforts to safely park all vehicles, drivers are asked to observe the directions of parking lot attendants. Payment must be made in order to get a starting time.Stephanie Geiter
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Web Link11/16/DEC Monthly Meeting
Join the Delaware Equine Council at the Harrington Fire Hall for our monthly meeting on Monday at 7pm. Bring your Triple Crown UPC codes and Redner's receipts - these help our council earn funds to support a variety of functions. Follow us on Facebook to get the most recent updates about guest speakers and presenters at our meetings. www.facebook.com/DelawareEquineCouncil/Web Link07/31/ -
07/31/Making Strides HJ Show
Qualifier for Colonial Classic as well as optional membership for series end banquet and prizes. In addition to Colonial Classic divisions, this series offers an 18" jumper division, hunter division, a medal class and a hunter derby with necksashes through 6th place and an embroidered scrim for the champion. There is a TIP jumper division and a TIP hunter division and end of series prizes for the overall high point PA bred TB and High point MD bred TB from the respective breed organizations. Prizes are awarded to each division champion at the show. Details are on the Making Strides Show Series FB page. Hunter judge is Bradley Caine and jumper judge is Cathy Bradley[email protected]
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08/07/Model Horse Fun Show
Open to any plastic horse model. Never shown your model horses before? Come out and give it a try! Judged by the same basic standards as real horses, your models can win ribbons. Open to children or adults who have never shown at a recognized model show. Need more info on how to show? Check out Breyer’s website on How To Show Your Model Horse at: www.breyerhorses.com/pages/the-abcs-of-model-horse-showing Ribbons 1st-6th, Champion gets a Market sweet. Entry $5 per person. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN TABLES & CHAIRS TO THIS EVENT. Registration 9am, show runs am to approx 11am. Located outside in the Ocean Pines Farmers & Artisans Market, Berlin, MD. Need to sign up or more info? Contact Ingrid at [email protected] or call
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08/14/ RSR Buckle Series - 3rd of 4
The first of the RSR Speed Series. To be held at Rusted Star Ranch in Berlin, MD. pm start time. Overall High Point Prizes at Each Event 2nd place payout if more than 10 riders in the class. $25 all events, $8 per event, $10 add ons. New this year ~Goat Tying~ Food available for purchase at the event. Negative coggins required. End of series Buckles to be awarded.
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08/14/St. Augustine Pony Club Summerfest Starter Horse Trials
SAPC Summerfest Horse Trials Saturday, August 14, Elementary thru Training Levels Elementary (Horse or Rider) 18” USDF Intro. A Intro. (Horse or Rider) 2’3 USEF Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’7 USEF Beg. Novice B Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’11 USEF Novice A Training (Horse or Rider) 3’3 USEF Training A SAPC Starter Horse Trials Series -- Series End Awards (Division Champion and Division Reserve Champion), the same horse/rider combination must compete in at least 2 of the 3 events and will only count for the highest division entered. Points will be awarded for 1st-6th place, 1st points, 2nd-7 points, 3rd-5 points, 4th-3 points, 5th-2 points and 6th-1 point. Division Sponsorship A Jockey Club T.I.P. High Point Thoroughbred Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred for each division as follows! Elementary High Point Thoroughbred Introductory High Point Thoroughbred Award Beginner Novice High Point Thoroughbred Award Novice High Point Thoroughbred Award Training High Point Thoroughbred Award Mid-Atlantic Horse Rescue is sponsoring a trophy to be awarded to the Overall Highpoint Thoroughbred Great footing, inviting fences, beautiful countryside. Entries open June 21, Closing Date: August 7, - $20 Late fee HORSE TRIALS: $ per horse/ $ for PC/4H/MAHR Refunds before Closing Date less $15 NO REFUNDS after closing date or in the event of cancellation, except if cancellation due to COVID, % refund Late entries accepted IF THERE IS ROOM - Add $20 - EMAIL SECRETARY. ENTRY AND PAYMENT ONLINE in advance of opening date for entries. To enter visit SAPC website at www.staugustineponyclub.com. Courses open for walking Friday at 3PM Please remember: Current Coggins and signed release forms required at check-in. PLEASE! We have limited parking and in our efforts to safely park all vehicles, drivers are asked to observe the directions of parking lot attendants. Payment must be made in order to get a starting time. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Signup at www.EventingVolunteers.com Photographer: Amy Flemming Waters Photography afwphotography.shootproof.com/ Farrier: Zach Weldon All current COVID protocols will be in effect. Please note the following measures will be in place on the day of the show: We are counting on everyone in attendance to adhere to the following rules so that we may continue to offer shows at SAPC this year. Anyone who does not follow these guidelines is putting themselves, others, and SAPC at risk and will be asked to leave the grounds by show management. If you are feeling sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID, please remain home. All unmounted persons should wear a mask and observe social distancing rules. All entries and payments will be submitted online. Ride times will be assigned to those who submit a completed online entry form, current coggins (via photo or PDF upload), and payment (via PayPal). The Show Secretary will NOT be checking coggins or accepting payments the day of the show. Riders may arrive ONE HOUR before their assigned ride time and must exit the show grounds once their division is scored and ribbons are awarded. Please limit the number of people who accompany you to the show to a maximum of two people (e.g. trainer and parent). Rider packets will be available for pick up with the Secretary. Water will not be available, you will need to bring your own water Concessions will be provided by Falling off the Bone Bar-Be-Que and Fish Fry Food Truck. www.facebook.com/Falling-off-the-bone-Bar-Be-Que-And-fish-fry Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash at all times. Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club. Stephanie Geiter
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The first of the RSR Speed Series. To be held at Rusted Star Ranch in Berlin, MD. pm start time. Overall High Point Prizes at Each Event 2nd place payout if more than 10 riders in the class. $25 all events, $8 per event, $10 add ons. New this year ~Goat Tying~ Food available for purchase at the event. Negative coggins required. End of series Buckles to be awarded.
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09/11/Model Horse Fun Show
Open to any plastic horse model. Never shown your model horses before? Come out and give it a try! Judged by the same basic standards as real horses, your models can win ribbons. Open to children or adults who have never shown at a recognized model show. Need more info on how to show? Check out Breyer’s website on How To Show Your Model Horse at: www.breyerhorses.com/pages/the-abcs-of-model-horse-showing Ribbons 1st-6th, Champion gets a Market sweet. Entry $5 per person. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO BRING YOUR OWN TABLES & CHAIRS TO THIS EVENT. Registration 9am, show runs am to approx 11am. Located outside in the Ocean Pines Farmers & Artisans Market, Berlin, MD. Need to sign up or more info? Contact Ingrid at [email protected] or call
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09/25/Making Strides HJ Schooling Show #6
HJ schooling show open to all. Two arenas will run, one jumper and one hunter. The prizelist is on the Making Strides Show Series FB page as well as the Breezy Run Farm website with links to online entry. All division champions will receive a prize, and the champion of the hunter derby will receive a larger prize TBA in addition to the necksashes for all those participating through sixth place,. There is a TIP jumper division and a TIP hunter division and end of series prizes for the overall high point PA bred TB and High point MD bred TB from the respective breed organizations. The hunter judge is Bradley Caine (r) and the jumper judge TBA.[email protected]
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10/23/St. Augustine Pony Club Harvestfest Starter Horse Trials
SAPC Harvestfest Horse Trials Saturday, October 23, Elementary thru Training Levels Elementary (Horse or Rider) 18” USDF Intro. A Intro. (Horse or Rider) 2’3 USEF Beg. Novice A Beg. Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’7 USEF Beg. Novice B Novice (Horse or Rider) 2’11 USEF Novice A Training (Horse or Rider) 3’3 USEF Training A SAPC Starter Horse Trials Series -- Series End Awards (Division Champion and Division Reserve Champion), the same horse/rider combination must compete in at least 2 of the 3 events and will only count for the highest division entered. Points will be awarded for 1st-6th place, 1st points, 2nd-7 points, 3rd-5 points, 4th-3 points, 5th-2 points and 6th-1 point. **EDIT - DIVISION SPONSORSHIP** A Jockey Club T.I.P. High Point Thoroughbred Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred for each division as follows! Elementary High Point Thoroughbred Introductory High Point Thoroughbred Award Beginner Novice High Point Thoroughbred Award Novice High Point Thoroughbred Award Training High Point Thoroughbred Award **EDIT - Mid-Atlantic Horse Rescue is sponsoring a trophy to be awarded to the Overall Highpoint Thoroughbred** Great footing, inviting fences, beautiful countryside. Entries open September 4, Closing Date: October 17, - $20 Late fee HORSE TRIALS: $ per horse/ $ for PC/4H/MAHR Refunds before Closing Date less $15 NO REFUNDS after closing date or in the event of cancellation, except if cancellation due to COVID, % refund Late entries accepted IF THERE IS ROOM - Add $20 - EMAIL SECRETARY. ENTRY AND PAYMENT ONLINE in advance of opening date for entries. To enter visit SAPC website at www.staugustineponyclub.com. Courses open for walking Friday at 3PM Please remember: Current Coggins and signed release forms required at check-in. PLEASE! We have limited parking and in our efforts to safely park all vehicles, drivers are asked to observe the directions of parking lot attendants. Payment must be made in order to get a starting time. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Signup at www.EventingVolunteers.com Photographer - Amy Flemming Waters Photography www.afwphotographystudio.com/ Farrier: Zach Weldon All current COVID protocols will be in effect. Please note the following measures will be in place on the day of the show: We are counting on everyone in attendance to adhere to the following rules so that we may continue to offer shows at SAPC this year. Anyone who does not follow these guidelines is putting themselves, others, and SAPC at risk and will be asked to leave the grounds by show management. If you are feeling sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID, please remain home. All unmounted persons should wear a mask and observe social distancing rules. All entries and payments will be submitted online. Ride times will be assigned to those who submit a completed online entry form, current coggins (via photo or PDF upload), and payment (via PayPal). The Show Secretary will NOT be checking coggins or accepting payments the day of the show. Riders may arrive ONE HOUR before their assigned ride time and must exit the show grounds once their division is scored and ribbons are awarded. Please limit the number of people who accompany you to the show to a maximum of two people (e.g. trainer and parent). Rider packets will be available for pick up with the Secretary. *EDIT - Water will not be available, you will need to bring your own water* Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash at all times. Proceeds benefit St. Augustine Pony Club.Stephanie Geiter
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11/14/Makings Strides Hunter Jumper show #8
Schooling show open to all riders. Includes jumpers and hunters, and a derby. It is run in two of the outdoor arenas with a third one for schooling all day. There is plenty of parking and food is offered by Happy Chicken Bakery from Chestertown. Prizes are given to all champions The derby winner will receive an embroidered Roma saddle pad and all derby placings (1st through 6th) will receive neck sashes. More information can be found on the Making Strides FB page, so please like the page to stay up to date. Location: Breezy Run Farm in Church Hill, MD.Vicky Meyer
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Sours: https://delawareequinecouncil.org/calendar_all.php
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The meaning of CESHS abbreviation is "Combined Eastern Shore Horse Shows". Q:
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inter can be a cruel time of year for those who are older or ill.

It seems that the cold darkness steals good folks away from us at an increased rate, or maybe it just feels that way to the rest of us. One such person was year-old Mollie Maslin, of Harford County, who had suffered a lasting illness recently.

If any of the readers of this column are wondering why I am talking about a person from Harford County, it is because darn near every horsemen of any length of time will know Mollie Maslin from interacting with her on some level. To save time I will excerpt some bits from an all too brief obituary that was posted for her.

“Mollie Lee Maslin, age 82, of Perryman, Maryland, passed away on Dec. 31, , at home. She was involved in many organizations including as a judge and steward for Maryland Horse Show Association, Virginia Horse Show Association, United States Equestrian Federation, American Shetland Pony Association, American Miniature Horse Association, and the Welsh Pony & Cob Association and was a member of Maryland Horse Breeders. She was an avid horsewoman who trained many riders over her lifetime. She loved auctions and finding ‘treasures' for others. She enjoyed giving and always sacrificed for others. She was one of the founders of the Harford County Horse Show Association and Combined Eastern Shore Horse Show Association. She had Jack Russell terriers before they were cool! She was a Maryland 4H leader for more than 65 years and also a judge for the Maryland Special Olympics. She won the first pony club rally held in the United States.”

I had recently done an article about Mollie Maslin and several of her friends — all longtime horsewomen.

Interviewing Mollie Maslin was a joy. Her delight in talking about her horses and her life with them was both palpable and infectious. At the time she was engaged in battling the disease that eventually took her life but her courage in life and living was inspiring.

As with so many of the horse folks Mollie Maslin had also been dealing with the arthritis that seems to be the due of those who deal with animals that outweigh them by a factor of 10 — or more. For instance her last judging jobs, which she accepted after she had both shoulders and both knees replaced and realized that she was once again operating without pain, took her as far away from her Maryland home farm of Maslin's Little Acres as Florida, Texas, California and Canada!

When she was at home and operating at full speed, she had 20 horses and ponies — not surprising because she bred crossbred ponies for the show ring from her own Welsh ponies and Thoroughbreds — and spent her time either teaching or traveling to shows with horses and kids. This was in addition to having a husband and a son and daughter.

Maslin's first horse show win came at a show so local that you were not allowed to wear actual riding clothes for fear of upstaging those who didn't own riding clothes. Having said that, it will not surprise those of a certain age to learn that show was in — a full 60 years ago. In fact she had to defend her choice of wearing some very paint spattered and rather disreputable old jodhpurs when someone complained that she was flouting the “riding clothes” rule by saying that her husband refused to let her wear what were at that time called dungarees. Ladies of that time generally did what their husbands told them to do.

My, how things have changed in 60 short years!

Maslin recalled that she was riding a rather green borrowed horse for its timid owner in that class. She said she won the class which was a mixed blessing because the first-place prize for that class was a live piglet which the judge insisted on handing to her while she was still mounted, something that her horse found extremely distasteful.

“I don't know what I would have done if that man hadn't come in to hold his horse,” she laughed when she told me the story of that particular victory. “But it could have been worse. They were giving live chickens as second place prizes!”

With that introduction to the world of horse shows and even after a long, very busy and highly accredited career as judge, breeder, rider and teacher of many, many riders, it should not surprise anyone to hear that Mollie Maslin's best advice for riders today is, “Riding should above all be fun. It didn't matter what I was doing with horses, I enjoyed myself and looking back I can say that it's been a fun ride!”

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